“Weight Loss In the Kitchen”
About 6.4 million Americans currently have personal trainers and business is booming. But, the industry has little secrets they do not tell you. Personal trainers are no longer only for the wealthy and 91% of the members of the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association offer training sessions to the public, in spite of a sluggish economy. Yet, according to a health coaching firm, some of these so-called specialists aren’t so special and some obtain “certification” by going online to take an exam and pay a few hundred bucks. But, weight loss requires more than exercise. A common saying is, “Abs are made in the kitchen.” Please remember that exercise is usually followed by hunger. So, combine exercise with a healthy lifestyle and a reasonable diet and don’t eat their “pie in the sky” pitches for overnight weight loss. Slow weight loss can be sustainable but rapid weight loss will frequently boomerang or yo-yo. A one to two pound a week loss is recommended.