Gym Reb3l: Avoid The Number 1 Weight Loss Mistake Most People Make

Discover the Number 1 Weight Loss Mistake and How To Avoid This Very Simple Error

Trying to lose weight has to be one of the most frustrating plans to do.

Ignore all the information on Google and adverts/posts plastered across social media.

But weight loss can really mess with your mind.

I think it is because weight loss requres a lot of effort.

Where as putting weight on doesn’t.

Think about it… it is easy.

You over eat

You lower your activity

You put on weight

Where as trying to lose weight is the complete opposite

You have to remind yourself to not over eat

You have to avoid temptation

You have to think about your food choices

You have to plan when you are going to train

And then you have the mindset side of losing weight

The ‘just one bite will be ok’

The ‘go to the gym tomorrow’

The ‘just have this and then start again on Monday’

It is a rollercoaster and why so many people fail

But today i want to share with you what is the number 1 weight loss mistake

The most common mistake, that you may have also done this.

The most common mistake people make when trying to lose weight is…

They Do Too Much.

They go from low levels of exercise (or no exercise) to working out 4-5 times a week (sometimes twice a day)

They then go from eating 1800-2000 calories a day down to the magic 1000-1200 number.

I am never sure where this number came from but it seems to be the magic number that most women aim for.

How To Avoid The Number 1 Weight Loss Mistake

The answer is simple.

Start out with a realistic approach.

Your hardest part of losing weight is going to be around your food.

Start by monitoring your food and writing down what you eat.

You can track this if you want via MyFitnessPal or just using a pen and paper or your phone and logging your daily eating patterns is enough.

You will then be able to look at what you are having and look at different choices or foods you have over eaten on.

Then with your exercise keep that simple too.

Just start by getting active on a regular basis.

Even as simple as 3×30-45 minute walks a week is enough to get you going.

And when you feel ready move on to the gym.

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But when you go to the gym make sure you get a program and don’t just jump in to the classes.

Get a program from the instructor to get you going and when you are ready move on to something more speficit to you.

Avoid the number 1 weight loss mistake by simply installing these 2 simple techniques.