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Training Frequency For Weight Loss

What kind of time commitment is needed to see results? As always, the answer is - it depends! The goals that the person has will determine how often they have to workout.
Being in a caloric deficit is the foundation of weight loss, don’t get me wrong, but it’s critical to understand how your body is using the energy(calories) that you’re giving it.
With the first trimester finally behind us, both Wade and I could breathe a sigh of relief. The breakfast sandwich and spaghetti with meat sauce cravings had slowly diminished, as had the nausea and projectile vomiting.
There are few surprises that can beat finding out you are pregnant.
People always tell you to do everything you want to do, and go on all the trips before you decide to have kids. I’d say we did a pretty good job of checking off most of the big boxes!
We all want to have effective workouts. Seeing the hard earned results from your work in the gym is the end goal for most people. But what does that look like exactly? Are you putting in enough work to see progress or are you leaving more results on the table?
The restrictive nature of these diets is unsustainable long term, and the majority of people regain over eighty percent or more of that weight within five years. Chronic dieting is one of the greatest predictors of future weight gain!
With a solid base of willpower at your disposal missing your goals in any aspect of life will be a thing of the past.
Do you feel as if you’ve been doing everything right in your efforts to lose weight, and yet you’re still not seeing the results you were hoping for? It’s time to take control of your weight loss goal once and for all!
One of my favourite North Shore trails I’ve done to date is Kennedy Falls. On a typical rainy morning a few months ago, my wife Mary and I decided to start out on this trek as part of our ultra marathon training program. It was a wet and wild trail at the time, but it was a ton of fun!
The sun peeks over the mountains to the East and you lace up the shoes; a consistent start to your morning routine for the past year. Heading down a familiar route on your morning run, you notice a pain beneath your knee cap.
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned to seize an opportunity when it knocks. Sometimes it’s a light tap, and yet other times it’s like a hammer down the door. The opportunity to go running through the Spanish countryside in the Costa Brava region was somewhere in between.