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Does exercise actually help you lose weight?

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Does exercise actually help you lose weight?

Does exercise help us lose weight?

Lots of people argue that exercise doesn’t help them lose weight.

In fact they sometimes claim they actually gain weight.

Why is this?

Is exercise not helping us lose weight?

But surely it must work, it’s one of the obvious solutions for weight loss.

So why does exercise not always equal weight loss and should we be doing it?

(Sneak Preview - Yes we should exercise)

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How to Maintain your Weight Loss

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How to Maintain your Weight Loss

So you have gotten down to your ideal weight.

Well done you. That is a brilliant achievement. 

But now how do you keep the weight off?

The diet has ended and you have more food freedom but be careful, you could end up reversing the amazing progress you made. Instead learn how you should adjust your diet gradually to see how much extra you can allow for in your diet, without the scales going back up. 

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Lack of Motivation? You need to set a Goal!

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Lack of Motivation? You need to set a Goal!

Do you want to know how to unlock your motivation. Setting goals is the perfect way to realise what you want.

Using a SMART goal setting system will help you set a goal perfect for what you want to achieve. 

So learn to set goals and make them into reality.

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Should You Count Calories?

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Should You Count Calories?

Want to know whether you should be counting calories or not?

Counting Calories can be a great way of making better food choices and helping you lose weight.

However, is it practical for everyone to use? Everyday life can be busy enough without having to stop and enter exactly what you have eaten and drunk all day.

How should you use calorie counting and if it is not for you, what should you do instead?

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The Scary Scales

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The Scary Scales

Weighing scales are used by most people to see how well they are doing with their nutrition and training. Yet it is not always a great way to measure your progress. There are other ways to measure yourself that can tell you different changes in your body, which could help keep you motivated if the scales are not moving. 

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