Correct Weight Loss is the process that will give you all the results you envisioned before starting your journey to get in shape. You may have started to lose weight with a certain expectation in mind when you have lost your target weight. But this picture may not match the physical result that you will get at the end if it is not Correct Weight Loss.
This article discusses the characteristics and benefits of Correct Weight Loss and how it differs from the process of simply dropping pounds. Most people want a more attractive body and hope to achieve it by dropping digits on the weighing scales. This results in skinny shapeless bodies at the end of most weight loss campaigns. While some people may actually want such an outcome, most people are looking for definition, curves and shape. Just meagerly shedding pounds may not be sustainable neither is it always healthy . This is where Correct Weight Loss comes in as a process that satisfies all that is not available by simply dropping digits on the weighing scales.
What is Weight Loss
Weight loss is achieved when you drop digits on the weighing scale. It is not a measure of how much fat or lean body mass you have lost. Your weight loss could be a result of fat loss as well as muscle loss.
People forget that losing fat is not the only dynamic they need to consider. They also need to be aware of the lean body mass that they could be losing or building. The shapeliness of your body, your health and whether you can keep the weight off, is greatly influenced not only by how much fat you lose but also by how much lean body mass you are left with.
With the weighing scales, there is really no way of knowing what you have lost.
What is Correct Weight Loss
Correct Weight Loss is when you drop digits on the body fat scale. The body-fat scale considers how your body composition in terms of fat and lean body mass, is changing. It considers the dynamics of body-fat and lean body mass.
A drop of digits on the weighing scale may not result in a corresponding percentage drop in digits on the body-fat scale. In certain cases, you could have lost weight but instead see an increase in the body fat scale. This happens if all your weight loss came from losing muscles.
Why Not Fat Loss?
Correct Weight Loss needs to measure your body fat and lean body mass. Primary focus on losing fat without paying attention to lean body mass yields a body that may not be attractive, sustainable and health enhancing. This is because unless you are monitoring lean body mass, lots of fat loss also comes with lots of lean body mass loss.
Weight Loss is Easier than Correct Weight Loss
It’s easy to drop digits on the weighing scales but it’s more challenging to do the same on the body-fat scale. This is because Correct Weight Loss requires a more holistic approach.
Mind, Body and Soul
Correct Weight Loss is achieved when you work on your mind, body and soul. That is why it is a holistic solution.
You obviously need to work on your body. This is achieved mainly via exercise, nutrition and supplementation.
Failing to work on their minds is the reason so many people spend their entire lives battling their weight. The mind is really the root of the obesity epidemic. You need to adopt healthy habits that cause your body to shed fat. Conventional weight loss measures can force your body to shed fat but it is very likely that it is maintainable over the long-term. When you come off your diet and return to your old habits, fat will pile back on faster than it came off. By working on your mind, you will educate yourself. Ignorance is one of the main reasons that so many intelligent people pay thousands of dollars for weight loss gimmicks.
You also need to work on your soul. This is achieved by helping others to achieve the same results that you have achieved. In the process of helping others achieve their weight loss goals, you will continuously fine-tune your approach until you come to a point where your approach is perfect for your life. Most people are so caught up with their weight struggles. It is very refreshing for the soul when you put your struggles aside and give a helping hand to others.
Conventional weight loss never gets pass the body. The mind and soul are often ignored.
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Physical Results of Correct Weight Loss
The effects of Correct Weight Loss will be evident in your physical appearance. The key physical characteristics of Correct Weight Loss are as follows;
- You will see your %body-fat levels drop.
- Your weight loss does not result from much water loss.
- The result should be a well-defined body (i.e. closer to the “hourglass” shape for women and V-shape for men)
- You should feel an increase in strength, stamina and flexibility
- You will feel an increase in energy levels
- You will feel an increase in your confidence levels
- You will look much younger
Health benefits of Correct Weight Loss
The effects of Correct Weight Loss will also be evident via better health. Some of these effects include;
- Better all around health – You will see notable improvements in your cholesterol levels.
- Normalizing of hormonal levels – You will see marked improvements in your hormone levels. Insulin would reduce to within the normal levels. Elevated insulin levels make it very difficult to lose weight. Women would feel better due to the normalizing of estrogen and progesterone levels.
- You should see an improvement in most other blood markers
- Both men and women can expect a marked increase in libido. Men can see marked increase in their libido levels due to the increase in testosterone levels.
- More vitality – You will see very clear increase in energy levels. You will wonder how you lived your life before this with such low energy levels.
- Look younger – The health improvements via the normalizing of your hormones will have an outward appearance of a anti-aging. It will look as though the clock has been turned back on you
- Women will have more regulated menstrual cycles
One of the biggest pitfalls of dropping pounds is rebound weight gain. Rebound weight gain is usually the result of one losing weight but not reducing the weight set-point. The weight set-point is the weight at which your body will fight tooth-and-nail to maintain. It’s really a setting within your body that decides what your weight must be.
Weight loss must come with a reduction of this weight set-point. Weight loss is only half the battle. The other half of the battle is getting your weight set-point to match your target weight. When your final weight after all your efforts matches your body’s weight set-point, your weight will be sustainable.
Rebound weight gain happens because your final weight does not match what your body has as it’s weight set-point. As soon as you come off your diet, your body will do all it can to push your weight back up to the set-point. Your weight set-point is determined very much by your hormonal levels and to some extent by your genetics. To a certain extent, your weight set-point is proportional to your insulin levels.
Correct Weight Loss is sustainable because it not only helps you lose fat but it also helps you reduce your weight set-point. This is in agreement with the laws of nature. It will lead to an end result that will surpass your expectations.
How to Measure Correct Weight Loss
Correct Weight Loss can be easily measured by assessing % body-fat levels. % body-fat is the amount of fat that you are carrying in proportion to your overall body weight. Your %body-fat is affected by the amount of fat you lose and the amount of lean body mass you carry.
Weighing scales are not able to measure Correct Weight Loss. This is because weighing scales measure a drop in your body weight. This body weight drop can result from fat loss but also from muscle and water loss. There is no way of correctly assessing what you are losing.
Body-fat% measurement takes into consideration the dynamics of the amount of fat and lean body mass you lose.
Well Defined Body Shape is the Ultimate Prize
A well-defined body shape is a natural occurrence if you drop digits on the body-fat scale. Read more about a well defined body shape from Correct Weight Loss.
Most diet programs are focused on dropping weight and not preserving skeletal muscles. When it is not Correct Weight Loss, the following will always be evident;
- Pouch (men and women)
- Flabby thighs (women)
- Cellulite (women)
- Drooping shoulders (men and women)
- Hunched back or compromised posture (men and women)
Correct Weight Loss for Women
Now consider a body chiseled via Correct Weight Loss. A woman will have a shape that resembles the “hourglass”. In a tight-fitting dress, she would make heads turn. She will have firm shoulders, upright posture, proportioned hips and lean legs as shown in the picture above.
When focused on reducing digits on the weighing scales, there will be a gradual loss of muscles. The back becomes hunched and the shoulders start to droop. This results in someone looking 10 years older. With too much muscle loss, one essentially starts looking very haggard.
Correct Weight Loss for Men
Correct Weight Loss for men moves the body closer to the coveted “V” shape. A man will have broad shoulders, a nicely chiseled chest and a slim waist.
Someone with extreme weight loss would look like a marathoner. Someone who has undergone Correct Weight Loss would look like a sprinter.
Review Your Results
You are urged to look at your own achievements thus far. Is every pound reduced on the weighing scales moving you closer to the “hourglass” shape (woman) or “V” shape (man)? Are you seeing this transformation in the mirror.
Does it give you the confidence to get out there in your bikini or swimming trunks if you ever wanted to?
If it does, congratulations! You are on the right track?
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