Secrets to Successfully Lose Weight:
There is None.
Many have scoured the internet and countless medical journals and self-help books for that one secret for a successful means to lose weight. But what most of these people do not understand is that there isn’t any. Like any other undertaking in this world, weight loss is something that needs to be worked hard on and something that requires patience. There is definitely no shortcut, and absolutely no cheating when it comes to successfully losing weight. Even ridiculously expensive and often times painful weight loss surgeries have grace periods, wherein one will need to be patient until they heal and finally see results; even after then, one should absolutely be ready to work hard to be able to maintain those results.
The sole reason why there is no secret when it comes to successfully losing weight, and keeping them off, is because it is no secret at all; it is no secret that the only thing that can absolutely guarantee the success of any weight loss program is for one to work hard for it. And much to the dismay of others, there is really no other way. So instead of wasting time looking for the holy grail of secrets to weight loss success, spend that time researching about the different methods available for weight loss; pour over feedbacks and comments of other people regarding their experiences with each, and compare it with your own target results. That way, you are not only building your knowledge with weight loss factual information, but also able to have regular updates about superseded and current and newly-developed programs out there.
So keep this in mind; there is no secret because it is no secret. And the sooner you admit that the sooner you will be able to begin the difficult process of losing weight. No worries however, because there is truth in the saying, ‘no pain, no gain’. If you are willing to put in the hard work and the diligence, and with a little bit of patience and determination, you will soon find that you are definitely on your way to the new and improved you.
Factors that Contribute to Successful Weight Loss.
Losing weight is difficult; that is a fact. And those who are desperate in shedding those extra, unwanted fat may lead to have the conclusion that any weight loss program simply do not work. Although there truly are diet and exercise regimen that does nothing to promote weight loss, most of them does work and wherein the success or failure of it depends on its application. There are many factors that contribute to the success of a certain weight loss program; factors that are often neglected which ultimately lead to its failure. So what are these factors and to what degree can it really affect a weight loss program?
Carefully following the instructions of a certain weight loss program is probably the most important factor that contributes to its success. Some people, especially beginners often shortcut these instructions simply because of laziness. If a certain move or step is instructed to be done in 4 succession then it should be done in that manner; keep in mind that certain moves or steps are to be done in a specific number of times in order to achieve the right result, and doing the move properly but not following on the instructed number of succession will not deliver the targeted result. Likewise, a program that is instructed to be done in a given number of minutes, or numbers of day in a week should also be adhered to.
Having clear and sufficient knowledge on calculating calorie intake also play an important role in the success of a weight loss program. If one is able to accurately calculate the amount of their calorie intake, and have gross knowledge about the caloric value of a certain food then it is easier to correctly select foods that would best complement any given exercise regimen. Also, one is able to know which food should be avoided, and most importantly what time of day it should be avoided. For example, although potatoes have high caloric value, it would be wise to keep a modest amount of it as part of one’s everyday diet; preferably during breakfast so as to have enough energy to move about during the day. Conversely, potatoes should be avoided as part of one’s dinner because the body does not need energy during sleep.