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Alcohol and Fat Loss

By: Jason Yun

Have you ever out eaten exercise? It’s super easy to do. You know that you need to exercise, not just if you are trying to lose weight, but for all the health benefits too. But exercise is only a small part of the equation.

Some people have the mindset that if they workout for an hour that day, they can later treat themselves to something that tastes good. And usually we’re talking about something that tastes good and isn’t good for you. This mindset is totally wrong.  Exercise for an hour = burn 200-400 calories maybe, eat something that tastes good and is bad for you later = BAD, BAD, BAD! Most likely you’ll be taking in more calories in this little ‘treat’ then you did working out.

Calories can add up really quickly. You need watch what you eat. I know, totally cliché. Eat right, exercise, drink water, and get 8 hours of sleep blah, blah, blah. But really, if you are trying to lose body fat, or lose weight, then you really do need to watch what you eat.

A caloric deficit is what is needed to actually lose weight. A caloric deficit is the amount of calories under what you burn off during the day. If you create a deficit you lose weight. Eat the same amount of calories for the day that you burn off you maintain weight. Eat more then you burn off you gain weight.

Which is why nutrition is so important on a weight loss plan. And which is why so many people fail on the nutrition side. So what’s the key to nutrition success?

Well, when you start you need to know what you’re taking in. I’ve talked about this before, and will continue to talk about it because it is so important. Food Logs and your basal metabolic rate (BMR). BMR is the amount of calories you would eat to maintain your body weight.

So you need to figure out how many calories you are burning a day taking into consideration all factors—exercise, job, family, chores, stress, etc…

Once you do this you will know how many calories you need to create a deficit, maintain your weight, or gain weight. All depends on your goals.

Then you need to write everything you eat and drink down. Do not guess. Most people are way off on the number of calories they consume. Even a small number of calories like 100 can make or break your fat loss goals.

You don’t need to journal forever. It’s just to get into a supportive eating pattern. Pretty soon you’ll know what to eat, when, and how much. And you will be on your way to a leaner, healthier, sexier you!

 

This was one of the articles I wrote for my Columbus Boot Camp Clients. Everyday is fun and exciting. Never a dull moment. Check out the blog for all the past workouts and videos. Yun Fitness Bootcamps Blog

 

 

 


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