We continue our series with Justin Rundle, Head Trainer at North Park Racquet Club in North Spokane. We're talking about acheiving success in your diet. I've talked with Justin quite a bit about the importance of diet in addition to exercise.
This article will teach why the classic three meals a day is not the optimum way to go when it comes to your diet. It's smaller meals that really ramp up your metablolism.
Step One For Dieting Success
When working with a client on a goal for overall toning and weight loss, the outcome is usually determined by whether or not the person is willing and determined enough to follow our philosophy on diet.
Don’t get me wrong. We generally have regular success stories. Not to mention, our clients are always healthier in the end than when they started. But aesthetically speaking, for changing one’s appearance, it is nearly impossible to outwork your diet.
The common percentage used for importance of diet in contrast to exercise, rest and genetics is usually around 80 percent of the determining factor in one’s fitness goal. That is why when one is following our system, and seeing continual progress, we know the person is fully committed to all aspects of the game plan.