Often times, weight loss and good intentions go hand in hand.
You want to exercise, eat better and get more sleep, all of which contribute to eliminating stress and living a longer, fuller life.
But the key word in this equation is "intentions," as most try but end up going into this endeavor frustrated and confused and leave feeling the same way on not losing the weight they want.
A lot what ails the general exerciser and consumer is so much information and products to process that they know little about where to find the truth. The same can be said for food and exercises, both of which can be misleading and rather difficult to navigate if you don't know what to believe or if you're one of the millions of people who buy into misnomers about weight loss and assure themselves that what they're seeing is the plain truth.
They convince themselves about things like weight training won't help you lose weight, you need a personal trainer to stay motivated and all gyms are created equal. Furthermore, that same population tends to gain weight simply because they're unknowingly sabotaging their efforts.
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