top of page

Weight Loss Questions

Frequently Asked Questions About Weight Loss

Losing weight can be a daunting task. You need to eat right, start exercising, and wait. And then there's waiting, and you might see progress sometimes, but nothing else seems to be happening. So why not shift the scale if you exercise and watch your calories?

1. When Will You Start Losing Weight?

Short answer:

There is no definitive answer to this question because there are so many factors that influence weight loss, and everyone's experience will be unique. If you reduce your calories by about 500 calories a day through food and activity and continue to do so every day, you will lose about a pound a week. Sex, metabolism, weight, age, fitness level, and innate characteristics all play a role in weight loss, some of which you can't influence. It's hard to let your body react at your own pace, but that's what we need to do, and it allows us to Focus on what we can control: what you eat, how often you exercise, how you handle stress- and how you take care of yourself daily. You will be on the right track if you do your best with each one.

Forget what you can't change:

You can't change things like genetics, age, gender, or body type_ which can make weight loss difficult. It's not clear how important these factors are to your success, but you know that you can eat healthier and exercise more, two things that can help you lose weight.

Weigh yourself a little, or if it drives you crazy, weigh yourself from time to time. Take your measurements, check your body fat, or use another method to track your progress instead of relying on scales to tell you how much body fat you've lost. Look for strategies that will increase your confidence and feel good about- what you are doing.

Focus on your results:

Are you starting to feel better? 

Is it better to drive faster or longer?

 Are you getting stronger?

Do you sleep more comfortably?

 Do you feel more energetic?

It is a breakthrough, and there may be other health benefits that will keep you going.

2. Why Can't You Get Rid of Your Belly and Thighs?

Many people find that no matter how much they lose body fat, some areas never lose weight (such as the belly, hips, and thighs). If you do a million abs looking for a six-pack, remember this:

In-place exercises won't work: your abs won't help you lose belly fat, and elevating your legs won't help you get rid of cellulite on your thighs.

To lose weight, you need to lose body fat: losing fat requires a combination of cardio, weight training, and a healthy diet.

Reducing body fat does not guarantee such perfection: your body, not you, determine where and when fat is lost. Let your body respond to your efforts in terms of exercise and diet.

Focus on positive results:

For example, you may prefer to lose an inch around your abdomen rather than your arms or legs, but progress means progress. If you lose a few inches, you are on the right track, and you are consistent and patient, your body will eventually reach that area of endurance.

3. You've Stopped Losing Weight & What Are You Doing Wrong?

Everyone faced the plateau. When you repeat the same action, your body will get used to it, and the effectiveness_ of your exercise will decrease. If you get stuck, consider the following suggestions:

Increase the intensity of your workout:

Speed up your workout routine or try interval training to increase endurance and burn calories.

Try something different: do something you've never done before: bike or swim so your muscles don't get too used to one exercise.

Lift weights:

If you haven't already, start with strength training 2-3 times a week. Adding muscle to your body will stimulate your metabolism and help you lose fat. If you train with weights,

Add another day of exercise: Even an extra 15-20 minutes a week can help you burn more calories.

4. You've Been Exercising for Months and You're Actually Gaining Weight

If you use a scale, we recommend that you maintain it and measure_ your progress in other ways. Libra cannot tell you how much you have gained or lost weight. If you follow a comprehensive program, you may find that you have gained muscle instead of fat.

Even if you gain weight, you can lose body fat: muscle is thicker than fat and takes up less space. Pay attention to how your clothes fit; If you are fat- but you lose a few inches, you are on the right track

.Measure yourself:

Measure your chest, waist, hips, arms, and thighs with a tape measure. Repeat every four weeks to see if you improve. If you lose an inch, you are on the right track.

If you are overweight and not losing weight, take a look at your diet: Some people believe that exercise gives them the right to eat all they want, thus making them eat more. You may also sleep more than usual after exercising, which affects the number of calories you burn per day. 

5. How Can You Keep Going When Haven't Seen Results?

Just focusing on weight loss is a sure way to feel unhappy. As the situation worsens, giving up weight loss and focusing on other benefits may be enough to keep you going. Here are just a few of the benefits of training:

More vitality

Sleep better

More concentration and concentration

Improved turnover

Stress reduction

More confident

If you are not satisfied with poor results, weight loss, or other weight loss problems, remember that it takes time, patience, and consistency to lose weight. Significant changes can take months or years, so keep in mind that what you do today will affect your quality of life in the future.

bottom of page