These are 9 habits for permanent weight loss. Losing weight with a diet plan and a workout plan can work but to change your life and body permanently you have to maintain the same habits as other successful people. Learn the 9 habits to lose weight naturally.
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Today we’re going over the 9 habits that are going to change your body forever and when I say forever I’m talking about you getting in the shape you want to be in and staying there. Most people can only dream of maintaining a lean body year round but today I’m going to show you the nine habits that will help you do just that…lets start with number 1 don’t deny yourself the food you love. You were probably not expecting that one, but it’s true if you want to transform your body and actually maintain your results you can’t stay restricted with your diet plan 4 too long. When you tell yourself that you cant eat something for a couple weeks it’s totally different than telling yourself you can never eat that something ever again. If you really love pizza and you decide you’re never eating it again in fact you’re never even going to think about it again, youve just locked yourself into a psycological wrestling match. One that you’re probably gonna lose because suppressing a thought only makes you think about that thought more. A much better strategy to deal with your cravings when your on a long-term plan is by not having any restrictions but instead understanding your body better. What I mean is that we have two different types of hunger. The physical feeling of hunger and your minds interpertation of that feeling of hunger. The physical feelings are things like your stomach growling and feeling empty maybe even your mouth watering or feeling low on energy, but most people never even experience the physical feeling of hunger because before they even can their mind hunger has already taken over. All the sudden your mind space becomes full of all these wonderful suggestions of things that will end your hunger and usually none of them are healthy. And like I just said suppressing thoughts will only make you think of those thoughts more so the best way to handle this is to allow yourself to eat whatever your mind is telling you that you really want however the catch is that before you allow yourself to have that pizza, cookie, or ice cream before you eat whatever it is that your mind is telling you you want you have to first handle the physical feeling of hunger by having a high protein, high veggetable, healthy carb meal. Now the reason why I want you to do this is because your minds hunger isn’t real its an illusion, it’s just a reaction to your body’s physical feeling of hunger & as soon as you satisfy that physical feeling of hunger 90 percent of the time you won’t even want to eat whatever it is that you were obsessing over & if you still do help yourself because you’re not going to eat very much of it before you’re full. You’ll be mind blown at how amazing this strategy is. Try it I can go on & on about how great this is but there’s still eight other habits that we have to go over so let’s move on to the next one which is to start exercising with heavy weights. Lifting heavier weights releases more muscle-growth & fat-burning hormones than lifting light weights. As long as your moving at a moderate pace you’ll be able to burn way more calories & get way more done within a shorter period of time. Also for naturals lifting heavier weights helps encourage more protein synthesis, which isn’t as much of a concern for steroid users, but for naturals this leads to greater muscle gains. My favorite rep range is six to eight reps so when I say heavy I’m not talking about power lifting, but you want to pick a weight that you can’t do more than 8 reps. If you can do that weight for more then 8 reps then its time to move up to a heavier weight. The heavier the weight the more calories you’ll burn with each rep, & by using heavier weight you’ll activate more fast twitch muscle fibers & release lots of fat burning hormones allowing you to continue burning fat hours after your workout during the recovery process. You’ll also build more bone density & lifting heavy weights consistently will help increase your metabolism. Point is lift heavy weights, most of you that are debating between going heavy or light simply don’t want to push yourself & pushing yourself is required to consistently continue getting results. Next habit is to practice fasting regularly. I want you to get all that nonsense out of your head that you have to have breakfast & you have to eat x amount of meals a day because none of it is true. Your body works based off of totals so if you overeat one day & fast the next day your totals will probably balance out. Fasting allows you the freedom to eat more of the foods you enjoy.


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  1. I´d like to add a little something to the "if you don't feel like it, do it anyway". The times I did so, I felt extremely strong and powerful during and especially after my workout. The feeling of accomplishment seems even bigger than normal.
    So now, every time I feel like staying home because I feel a little tired and/or it's cold outside and or (… fill in), I remind myself of that feeling. I can recommend everyone to try it! I hope it works for other people too – it's just great to feel so much better about yourself just because you didn't skip a workout.

  2. I quit drinking coke(I’d lie if I said it was soda because the coke was the important part) about 3 months ago. I must really love it, because every time I tell someone and they ask me how it makes me feel, I always think I’d take coke back in a heartbeat. If it wasn’t for the feeling of satisfaction and self-control I get by saying I’m 3 months strong, I’d certainly go downstairs, buy two liters, and chug.

  3. 1. "Don’t restrict yourself from foods you want" contradict 2. "restrict your sugar consumption".

    But I say : on the contrary, restrict or better eliminate all unhealthy food. Otherwise, you stay in the dangerous zone of returning to bad habbits.

  4. Watching this lets me know that I am doing it right. Only thing is, I work out at night. Works best for me. I really like how much I learn watching your videos. Always so helpful

  5. My weakness is eating chips……..But I try to resist the urge to eat this so called “forbidden” food. I like chips as my favourite food as it the only food I am allowed to have without messing up my protein levels in my blood. I like salt and vinegar chips over all the flavoured chips available.

  6. Ok people help me I've always been a big guy rite now I'm 340 I just started walking for almost 2 weeks drinking nothing but water. I'm up before 5:30 I walk a hour and work out for 30 minutes then start my day I haven't stopped my routine but made Wednesday my rest day, my diet is still not correct but I've put my self on a calorie count so I don't over eat. Can anyone give me some advice so I can have more progress so I can get a lot healthier.

  7. The last thing said just hits me. Doing 7 days a week is easier than 3 days a week. By skipping a day, next day will feel like labour. Do it like brushing teeth everyday or going to work everyday

  8. I laugh whenever someone says they don’t have time to workout every day. I work 60 hours a week. Go to school twice a week for 3 hours do homework almost every day just to be able to finish it and I still cook almost every day for a family of 7 and I still find time to exercise 45-90 minutes every single day. Sooner you realize you’re not working out every day because you don’t want to, not because you can’t, the sooner you’ll stop using this excuse and hopefully start doing it,

  9. "Eat the food you love", that's bullshit, i quit eating sweets 1 year ago and i haven't touched a gram of sugar since. If you don't wanna do what it takes you're only fooling yourself

  10. I totally disagree with working out every day.Your body needs to heal from injury and your body needs to adjust to the new stats . I have been the same weight for the past 20 yrs and am in my 40's .

  11. Question: How do you do heavy weight lifting in the morning if you haven't had breakfast and don't intend on eating until later on? The only other option would be to have breakfast, workout, and then have lunch and not eat dinner. I guess that works too?


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