There are few struggles so arduous as losing weight, that conjure the same level of eye rolling and despair of uttering the words, “I’m going on a diet.” Few of us have the willpower necessary to be on severely restricted diets, so let’s stop it once and for all and reveal the truth. The simple truth is that all “diets” work, but lifestyle changes are what last. It may be the south beach diet, the grapefruit diet, the master cleanse, the zone diet, the atkins plan, it doesn’t matter. I’ll say it again: “all ‘diets’ work, lifestyle changes last”.
When you’re trying to lose weight (which, let’s face it, at this time of year after the indulgences of the Holidays, most people are), alcohol can be a key contributor to helping you achieve your goal. That is, by not drinking any.
As the end of the year approaches, people start to focus on how to improve their lifestyle, and the regular fitness and weight loss related New Year’s Resolutions start to spring up. Gyms will see a rise in members after the New Years, but this often drops down as people give up their goals after a week or two. Make this the year that you are not one of those people. Make this year the year you choose to work with San Antonio’s top personal trainer, Nathaniel Dilworth.
It’s three in the afternoon at the office and there’s that familiar gnawing emptiness in your stomach. Did you skip lunch? breakfast? both? For much of today’s busy and harassed cubicle dwellers this is unfortunately an all too common scenario. The question is, how to maintain that weight loss goal and stay on track in the face of such seemingly insurmountable obstacles? San Antonio’s top personal trainer, Nathaniel Dilworth says “the answer might surprise you”.