The results are in!
You have just finished the most challenging workout program you have yet to embark on and it is important to you that you share your success with those who have helped you along the way. Your shared results do not include weight lost or inches lost or side by side photos of you in a bikini, but your news is just as dramatic. Although there are hundreds, possibly thousands, of people who have lost weight in the past, you are most impressed with the insane amount of muscle definition you have gained with your latest program. And while some people are excited about the swim suit photos that they want to share, your victories are just different because your focus was different.
Food Victory! With the help of the physicians weight loss clinic you have been working with you have discovered a love for foods that is somewhat baffling. You are now eating, and enjoying, roasted beets, steamed Brussel sprouts, sweet potatoes without brown sugar!, and plain Greek yogurt. And while you did not intend for this to be a rapid weight loss program, the results have happened much faster than you ever expected. Certain that the success is because of your new love for veggies, you are now hoping to transform the eating habits of your husband and three children.
Strength Victory! You have never in your life been able to do unassisted pull ups. This morning, however, you did two. With your new obsession with strength training you are certain that number will continue to go up as the year 2018 comes to a close.
Speed and Endurance Victory! Perhaps the most impressive part about the changes you have make are that you have decreased your average running pace by almost a full minute and have increased your longest distance from eight miles to 12 miles! And while you realize that running is not everyone’s cup of tea, the physician weight loss center where you attend has many fitness programs that they promote. From walking to paddle boarding to Yoga, there is an exercise routine that is right for everyone.
Are You Looking for a Way to be Your Best Self?
Medical weight loss programs can make you physically and mentally stronger. And while a rapid weight loss program may not be what everyone is looking for, a doctor can help any patient find a fitness and eating plan that will be the most beneficial and the most productive.
Did you know that only 21% of women strength train two or more times a week? This statistic from the National Center for Health Statistics is an indicator of how little many women know about the benefits or strength and weight training. The fact that so many people could benefit from a small addition to their workout routines is just one indicator of how far our nation needs to come in health and nutrition goals. Strength training refers to exercise that requires muscles to exert a force against some form of resistance, such as free weights, and is an addition that can be easily added to almost any routine.
In addition to getting the right kind of work out, it is obviously also important to make sure that you are eating right when you are trying to lose weight. Unfortunately, some of the latest research indicates that as many as 60% of Americans eat snack food regularly. This mean that nearly 20 percent of their calories from snacks. Instead, the most successful dieters know that the latest research shows that Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010 Report recommends that Americans should eat more fruits and vegetables as part of a healthy diet.
Whether you are looking for a rapid weight loss plan for an upcoming summer event or you are looking for a way to revamp your entire eating and exercising lifestyle, you will often find more success if you work with a medically approved weight loss plan and follow up with regular visits to your doctor. If you want to tell your friends and family about your rapid weight loss joys, start by making a commitment to regular exercise and healthy eating.
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