Few things in this life are as frustrating as working hard to look better, firm up or slim down and, after a few weeks -- or a few months -- of eating right and exercising STILL having nothing to show for it! But take heart; often it's just the few, simple things we do to "kick start" our program that can make all the difference.
And let's not forget: progress shows up on the inside first and the outside second! All that hard work and effort is creating a healthier, heartier, stronger you, even if you can't see it right away. With spring nearly over and beach weather almost here, sometimes we just need a pre-summer "booster shot" to make sure that our outside catches up in time for bikini season.
The following 4-Step Guide will help you find the hidden saboteurs in your current diet and fitness plan and help you overcome the spring plateau
to find you facing summer with a brand new you -- inside AND out:
As you can see, as hard as you work, if you're not paying attention to those little details they can easily sneak up and derail all your hard work and effort. But fear not; now you have the tools -- four of them to be exact -- to be alert and vigilant for these fitness foes and diet disasters to look and feel great anytime of the year.
Wendy Chant, author of Conquer the Fat-Loss Code, is a certified personal trainer and a specialist in performance nutrition. She holds a bachelor of science degree in medical science and nutrition science. A champion bodybuilder, she opened her own training center, ForeverFit® , in 1998.
If you are looking to finally crack the code...and get fit once and for all this is the book to read. I have been working for years but I always felt there was a smarter way of exercising...and I am happy to tell you there is. Wendy teaches in a very step by step guide the days you need to exercise, at what time and what type of exercise (cardio, weights,etc.). Reading Conquer the Fat-Loss Code you will learn supplements you an take to make the best out of exercising, food you should eat or avoid before exercising...it takes a little bit to learn the new language but it is worth it!