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|Why all the Diet Talk?
You may wonder why I rant and rave about your eating habits so often. I mean, I’m a personal trainer-not the author of a dieting book. Why don’t I leave the diet talk for someone else and focus only on my true passion-exercise?
To be perfectly honest, I would love to discuss only exercise. To divulge how I can sculpt the human body into a finely tuned machine of strength and agility. However, it just wouldn’t be practical to ignore your diet.
You see, I write this blog to benefit you. My purpose is to give you practical tips that you can use to improve your health and fitness level-today.
Which leads us to the disturbing truth…
Your diet is ruining your body.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but someone had to say it. I can talk about exercise until I am blue in the face, but until you take charge of your diet, it would all be in vain.
Today’s statistics show that nearly 60% of the population is currently overweight or obese. While this is shocking, according to a new study reported by WebMD, three out of four US adults will be overweight or obese by the year 2015. That’s 75% of us.
Wow, those are some scary numbers. I certainly don’t want to become part of that statistic, and I know you don’t either.
So what’s the deal? Why are we getting fatter and fatter? It all comes back to that little word…diet. The diet of today’s adult is simply out of control. Here’s why:
Here’s something you may not know: If you were to exercise everyday of the week but failed to change your eating habits from those listed above, you wouldn’t see any visible results.
Now don’t get me wrong-exercise is a vital ingredient for improving your fitness level, health and the shape of your body. Exercise and good nutrition go hand-in-hand. You won’t make progress toward your goals without them both.
So where does this leave you? The way I see it, you are faced with an opportunity. With just a few small changes to your daily eating habits you could be well on your way to having an incredible body. Couple this with an exercise program and you will be unstoppable.
Keeping with my goal to give you practical tips to improve your health and fitness level, here are three ways to improve your diet.
Now that you have three simple ways to drastically improve your eating habits, this brings us back to exercise. You need regular challenging exercise in order to achieve and maintain results. It’s as simple as that.Contact me today to get started on your very own personal training program!