What you need to understand about weight loss is that nobody wants it slow. However, your results will likely follow an exponential curve – meaning that you will see little to no results for a long period of time in the beginning. All of those ‘overnight’ results will come after a long period of failing. What most people see is just the period where they’re already succeeding.
Thankfully, if you get a right coach like AlvinChua91 or some other world renowned women weight loss coach with results to back up, then perhaps you will be able to lose weight fast. This is not because there are special methods to lose weight. But it’s because you will be taught the right methods from day one, and not make the rookie mistakes that most women make (which is the reason why most women who are self-made take so many years to achieve true weight loss success).
Anyway, here are some rookie mistakes and learn from them so you don’t make them!
- Rookie mistake 1 – thinking that eating healthy foods will magically make you lose weight. That’s not true. Eating healthy foods alone without getting into a caloric deficit and controlling your intake of simple sugars will not help you lose weight at all. If anything, nothing will happen.
- Rookie mistake 2- working out too much. Did you know that if you workout too many days in a week (e.g. 7 days without rest), your chances of over training skyrockets? This is bad because when you get into the state of over training, your body falls sick easily, and you will not be at the optimal fat burning state too.
- Rookie mistake 3 – jogging. Did you know that jogging sucks as a weight loss exercise because it’s not very scalable? The only way to increase exercise intensity is to jog over a longer distance and/or reduce the time you use to jog the same distance. The first is boring after it gets beyond a certain distance (e.g. imagine dragging yourself to jog for 30-45 minutes gosh) and the second is hard to control.
If you want to actually learn how to lose weight quickly, then make sure to learn from a proven mentor instead of doing it yourself.