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In Day #7 of WellFit 365, Brendon talks about 2 things that many personal training clients
seem to shy away from. http://www.wellfitpersonaltraining.com.au/scales-and-calorie-counting/
These are: Weighing yourself by Scales and Calorie Counting.
Scales aren't a bad thing. Sure, there are other ways to measure progress when it comes
to weight loss or body composition goals, such as clothes sizes, girth measurements,
body fat testing, etc.
However, what you want to do is use your weight on the scales as a good indication of where
you're at before commencing a training regime &/or clean eating plan.
You don't need to do every day or become obsessive about it.
The purpose of a measurement tool is to have a benchmark so you know if you need to modify
anything such as your exercise routines or food consumption.
In regards to Calorie Counting (or kilojoules), we'll post a video soon that dives into how
to do calories counting properly and what they mean exactly. For today's video, when
it comes to weight loss or body composition goals, we recommend you try to educate yourself
a little first.
Calorie King: http://www.calorieking.com My Fitness Pal mobile app: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/
- This tool is super handy and we use it with many of our clients to great effect! :)
You don't need to use these religiously, but you should be making yourself aware of how
much energy is in the food that you're eating. You will be surprised at some of the foods
which are marketed as 'health foods', yet are actually very calorie dense. This awareness
alone can help you make some much wiser decisions when it comes to your eating habits.
Hope you enjoy the video! Be sure to stay tuned for more education on calories/kilojoules
in future episodes.
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are welcome :)