I have been working out with a personal trainer for the past 8 months. I started off 1 day per week and increased it to 2. While my actual weight is not changing I do notice that my clothes are fitting me better. I try to avoid my scale at all costs. I even put it into my garage so I would not be tempted to jump on. The mark I use now is not a numeral but the way I look and feel in my own skin and in my clothing. WHile exercise is important one watching their weight cannot avoid the “diet”. That four letter word that we all hate.
A healthy diet is an important part of any fitness plan. To help you in your weight loss and goals for fitness I came across this handy chart to help aid you in determining how and what you should be eating.
A healthy nutritional balanced diet is also key to losing weight. Following a clear chart for dieting showing the amount of simple carbs to complex carbs and everything in between can keep you on track for losing weight. There are six primary categories food is assigned too: Complex Carbohydrates (starches and fiber), High Quality Protein, Non Starch Vegetables, Simple Carbohydrates, Milk/Soy, Fats and Water.
We all hate diets, but following this chart seems to be a great way to improving weight loss and becoming a thinner, healthier you!