The way to lose fat fast and get to 7-8% body fat isn’t what you think…
In fact, the right way to lose fat is not eating 1000-1500 calories per day and it’s not doing tons of cardio. The best way to lose fat fast is actually much more enjoyable and effective and we’re going to lay out the true solution in this post today.
Why Do You Always Struggle To Lose Fat Fast?
The problem I see time and time again with different fat loss strategies is people trying to lose body fat as quickly as possible. And this can come from many reasons, but we’ll touch on an important one in a moment.
Trying to lose extreme amounts of weight in a short time is just not an effective fat loss strategy. Sure, sometimes this can work. But it’s not sustainable or the right way to lose fat. The only time I’ve seen this work is with actors with millions of dollars on the line to get in shape for a movie role.
You see, losing 15-20 lbs of weight each month, and every month, is going to require brutal crash diets which are not even close to being sustainable for the long term.
You’ll soon get burnt out, binge on food, and ruin all the progress you made, if any.
It’s an endless cycle that keeps people from ever achieving the body of their dreams.
What Is Your First Step?
Your first step is to accept yourself. Learning to accept yourself right now in this very moment is going to break the ties of needing to arrive at some particular place in the future.
Accept that you are perfect and happy now. But realize you can work to make continual progress and become an even better version of yourself.
This teaches you to enjoy each and every step of your weight loss journey. I actually practice this with a morning ritual, check out the article I wrote on it here after you finish reading this post.
This Is The correct way to lose fat fast
Now that you realize you need to first accept yourself, let’s talk about the actual fat loss strategy.
Your goal needs to be to lose fat as fast as you can, but also as healthily as you can.
(…So you can actually sustain it.)
It’s not about crash dieting and trying to lose 20 lbs of weight each and every month, but rather, shooting for that weekly progress of, let’s say, 1.5-2 lbs of fat loss per week.
This will allow you to still eat the amount of calories you can be satisfied on, making the diet enjoyable.
This is the main method that makes my Aggressive Fat Loss Program so freaking effective!
Not only me, but thousands are losing the weight and keeping it off because it’s something you can actually sustain and create a lifestyle out of it.
*Your results may vary. Testimonials and examples used are exceptional results and are not intended to guarantee, promise, represent and/or assure that anyone will achieve the same or similar results.
Another huge problem people face from crash dieting and killing themselves in the gym is muscle loss. As a quick side note, if you crash diet and lose a lot of muscle mass, this is a quick way to slow down your metabolism (Study).
But this is the main reason as to why people lose weight on the scale but still do not have the look they want. They lost too much muscle by dieting and training incorrectly.
And as I started to mention above, the Aggressive Fat Loss Program is designed to lose the fat as quickly and as healthily as possible while maintaining muscle mass with a few strength training sessions per week…
Building that lean and chiseled physique while enjoying each and every step of the way.
This Is What Losing Body Fat For Good Comes Down To
What reaching low levels of body fat really comes down to is first accepting yourself and structuring your diet in a way that you can enjoyably hit a calorie deficit each day.
It’s not about eating 1000 calories a day and doing tons of cardio. That’s not a sustainable fat loss strategy. Nor is it healthy, and you’ll constantly be spinning your wheels.
Stop looking for the fastest way possible to lose fat and focus on these core concepts:
- Eat enough calories that you can be satisfied while still in a calorie deficit (Aiming to lose roughly 1.5-2 lbs of body fat per week).
- Limiting cardio to 45-60 minute walking sessions on non lifting days
- Strength training a few times per week.
- Accepting yourself.
- Enjoying the process.
It’s not about getting lean as fast as possible. It’s about getting lean as fast as you can while enjoying the process and actually sustaining it for the long run, to get the results you’re after.
Your Kino Question For The Day: How can you use self-acceptance to improve your journey towards your dream body? What specifically can you do to become more present? Let me know in the comments below.