This is a very open question and to be honest this is different for everyone as there are a lot of variables!
To keep it simple it mainly comes down to a few things:
1. Consistency- the closer you stick to your training and healthy eating, the quicker you will see results. You need to burn more than you consume
2. What you eat – this is a very important one, as the quality of the food we eat will have a massive impact on what we see in the mirror. Yes, you can eat a pack of doughnuts and still be in a deficit, but if you are not getting good quality carbs, fats and protein in your diet, your body composition will not change the way you want it to. You will just be a smaller version of what you are now, rather than a leaner version. Or if you are looking to put on mass, you will likely gain fat, not muscle.
3. Mindset – this will ultimately dictate if you fail or succeed. If you aren’t in the right mindset for making real change, unfortunately you can slip into bad habits and be back where you first started. You need to show up for yourself and remind yourself why you’re doing what you’re doing.
4. Building healthy habits – it’s imperative to look at the long term. Starting a fitness journey and looking to better yourself shouldn’t just be a short term goal so you can look good on holiday. Yes it might have started out that way, which is brilliant, but it shouldn’t stop after that. Making a lifestyle change means breaking your old bad habits and putting new beneficial ones in place.
5. Genetics – This can have an impact on your results wether you like it or not. Some people can lose fat easier than others. Some can put on muscle easier than others. There’s nothing we can do about our genetics. However, it’s important to remember you should never compare yourself to others as everyone is made different!
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