In the quest to achieve our weight loss goals, it’s not uncommon to find ourselves stuck, wondering why the scale refuses to budge. This blog post will help you achieve weight loss success by addressing your own needs and goals.
If you are in this situation, don’t worry, you are not alone. Weight loss can be a complex process, and sometimes all it takes to reignite progress is asking the right questions.
In this blog post, we’ll dive into three crucial questions you should ask yourself if you’re not seeing the results you want.
By addressing these key factors, you can discover the secrets to overcoming plateaus and achieving the weight loss success you’ve been working hard for. Let’s get started on your path to a healthier, happier you.
You eat mostly healthy and exercise, but you don’t see results…
I bet you’re wondering…why?! As?!
I was there too and it’s frustrating.
As we move into perimenopause, things begin to change in our bodies…hormones, insulin sensitivity, thyroid function, etc.
For many women, this often feels like they wake up and have gained weight practically overnight.
And the tactics that used to work for weight loss simply don’t work anymore.
No matter what they try…cutting down on carbs, cutting out gluten, dairy and sugar, running MORE miles, taking 10,000 steps a day…they have a hard time seeing RESULTS.
Even though they are trying (eating less, exercising more), nothing is changing.
Unfortunately, this approach is outdated and, frankly, a bit backwards, especially for a woman over 35.
How to Unlock Weight Loss Success: 3 Key Questions to Ask Yourself
1️⃣Are you tracking your food? If not, it is very difficult to know how much you are consuming and make changes to lose weight. Guessing is NOT the same as using a food scale and collecting data accurately. Get the Lean Macro Bundle!
2️⃣Do you do strength training regularly? I’m talking about at least 3 workouts per week that focus on building lean muscle. If you are very focused on cardio and sweat, it will not change the appearance of your body, which means that cardio will not change the ratio of muscle to fat in your body. Take a strength training program!
3️⃣Have you had blood tests or other tests recently? Insulin resistance, low thyroid, gut problems, and hormonal imbalance are common obstacles for many women. If you don’t have this information, you may continue to wander around instead of taking a more specific, personalized approach to what YOUR body needs to lose weight.
At CNC, we take a holistic and responsible approach to fat loss. There are no standard protocols, random macro goals or shortcuts here!
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