The Secret To Consistent Fat Loss

The Secret To Consistent Fat Loss

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What is the secret to consistent fat loss?
Why is it that some people seem like they only make a change or two and fat starts falling off, but when you do that, nothing happens.
These are great questions that we’ll answer today.

The truth is, there is no secret to fat loss. But there is a formula.

There are a number of factors that can positively influence your metabolism. Below is a list of some important habits that you can adopt to improve your formula:
  • Train smarter (strength and conditioning training to increase your metabolism and burn fat)
  • Train more days per week
  • Eat more solid protein
  • Eat leaner meats and fish
  • Eating and drinking less sugar and carbs
  • Eat more veggies
  • Add fat burning supplements like Carnitine Synergy
  • Sleeping more
  • Drinking less alcohol
Think about what your limiting factor is in the list above and focus on improving that habit.
eating a salad

Eating veggies is essential to consistent fat loss

We recommend that you only focus on 1 habit at a time for 1-2 weeks, and then add another habit.

At some point, you’ll cross the tipping point and start to get good results.You can continue to add habits for faster results or just be religious with the new habits you’ve integrated to get consistent fat loss. So the secret to consistent fat loss is….habits.

So why is it harder for you than other people?

Without observing your training, diet and lifestyle, it’s hard to answer that question.
Honestly, most people don’t have a solid vision for what a healthy nutrition plan is or what it takes to lose fat, so when they make a change or two they assume it will be enough to make progress. Or they don’t have a realistic goal of what healthy fat loss is due to marketing and shows like the Biggest Loser.
To help create a vision for what a healthy nutrition plan is and how you can tweak it to reach your goal, check out our blog:Eating Clean vs Eating For A Goal.
Next, set a realistic goal to lose .5 to 1% of total weight (or body fat) per week.
Then, let the results speak for themselves.
If you’re getting the results you want, the keep up the good work!
If not, then you need make some changes. Look into the habits above and see where you have room for improvement.
This can be a scary journey for some, so if you want more hands on help, please click “Want More Information” below and we’ll tell you how we can help you reach your health and fitness goals.


About the Author: Marshall Ray

Marshall Ray is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Level 2 Poliquin International Certified Strength Coach (PICP), Biosignature Practitioner and a certified Precision Nutrition Coach (Pn1). He is the founder of Faster Fitness and co-founder of Femme Fit. He's passionate about building a community of people who love fitness and taking control of their health.