Weight loss failure is always a possibility. It will take time, let alone all the planning that is required to make your weight loss dreams a reality. When you set up your weight loss plan, you need to make sure everything is in order.
Here are the top 5 reasons you need to consider to make sure your weight loss plan is not a failure.
You Have Set Up WRONG Goals
Read my article on how to lose weight safely by setting up the right goals. For a successful weight loss plan, you need the right diet plan AND a good workout routine.
Workout Routine Does Not Complement Diet Plan
The workout routine you choose needs to complement the diet plan you choose. And vice versa.
Cardio exercises at the right pace can help you lose your body fat more efficiently. But you also need weight training to make sure the body fat you lose does not result in sagging skin.
You Might Have A Pre-Existing Medical Condition
Weight loss failure is definitely a possibility if you have a pre-existing medical condition that doesn’t allow you to lose weight. Slow metabolism can be treated simply by following a good diet plan. However, complex medical conditions like thyroid disfunction, hormonal imbalance, etc. require specific medical attention.
So get yourself tested, instead of feeling more stressed and depressed about your failed weight loss plan.
Your Medication Is Not Allowing Your Weight Loss
You might not have any medical condition, but certain kinds of medicine have an affinity to retain water or body fat, making your weight loss plan a dud. So if you’re on any medication, check out its side-effects.
You Are Skipping Meals
Skipping meals is a big NO. Even if you’re following the best diet plan and workout routine, skipping any meal of the day, especially breakfast, will ultimately result in weight loss failure.
These are the top 5 reasons for your weight loss failure. Go through these points and make sure everything in your life is in order. And if you still have little or no progress with your weight loss plan, drop me a line now.