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How do you beat fat?

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How do you beat fat?

Let's start with a bit of visualisation. Don't worry, this is as new age as things will get. 

Imagine you're looking down a stretch of road and ahead of you, you can see...you! Trippy, huh? But as you look closer you realise that it's not just you, it's you after you reach your weight loss goal. You look incredible, you're wearing smart new clothes that fit you and you seem to shine with confidence. 

Now take a look at what lies between where you currently are and the healthier version of you. If you look closely you'll see that there isn't just one path to reach your goal, there are actually thousands of paths. Some are longer, some are bumpier, some get lost and veer away from the healthy you, but plenty of them reach this better version. The key to understand here is that there isn't just one route that leads to the healthier you. 

It's really important to understand this because sometimes we get caught up with the idea that there's really only one route and our life is about searching for that one diet, that one fitness routine that will get you to your target. You see this all the time in the pointless noise that surrounds the arguments about macronutrients - are you doing high carb? Low carb? No fat? Sugar free? Yeeeeeeesh. It's nonsense. The only two things you need to address to lose weight are quite simply what you eat and what you do. 

We've given you a headstart in choosing what you eat by putting together a diet wiki which features the pros and cons of all the most popular diets that men want to try. First step on today's action plan then is to read around those diets and work out what diet you want to do. Just find one that works for you at this point in your life now, the difference in effectiveness between diets is very small - the most successful diet is one that you enjoy and one that you can stick to. The second step is to look at your activity levels. This is less important than what you're eating, but it's still a vital component, with around 70% of a weight loss being successful because of what you eat and 30% because of what you do. So ask yourself about your own activity levels - what stops you getting out more? How could you plan your way around that?

If you're struggling to decide on this stuff then grab a copy of the book as it takes you through what considerations to make when you're choosing. You could also jump on the forum and get some advice over there. 

Best wishes,

Andrew Shanahan/Admin/Shan  
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