Last updated on Jun 22nd, 2021 at 02:49 pm

 “Exercise for Weight Loss” is an article series detailing the most successful exercise strategies that can be used to assist in speeding up the weight loss process, and help you end-up with a sleek, toned physique once your bodyweight gets down to your goal-weight. 

Digging yourself out of the ‘info avalanche’

The internet is both the best thing, and the worst thing that has happened to the world today. The best because there’s so much information, and the worst for exactly the same reason. And if you are looking for help in designing an exercise routine to help you get fit, strong and lean, then you’re in luck… and not.

You see, finding a good routine is easy on the internet. There are many of them. The problem is that most people find one that looks perfect, and they begin to follow it. But before it starts working they get an email about an EVEN BETTER programme that promises to “get more results faster”, and they switch to that instead.

These “programme hoppers” try HUNDREDS of programmes, but end up extremely disappointed after seeing very few results.

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So what’s the solution?

Find a programme that is simple, and suits your lifestyle and gym setup.

Then do it for AT LEAST 16 WEEKS.

In that time, don’t read anything online about other programmes. You can always bookmark things and come back to them, but make no room for alternatives in your mind until you’ve done the 4 months on the current programme.

After four months, assess yourself. Are you making progress in the right areas? Are you feeling good? Do you enjoy the programme? If yes, continue. If not, look for something else.

Avoid the info avalanche while you’re trying to achieve results with a particular routine. It’s the only way to stick to it.


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