Does losing weight make you think of all the things you’ll have to give up?
That might not be the best approach.
Read on to see why
One of the principles we live by, getting you results without giving up the lifestyle you love
That’s the promise we make to all of our personal training and small group class members
Now that’s not to say that you’ll be doing exactly the same thing and losing weight
It just means that you maybe the best way to start, is by adding something in
Rather than taking away
A good example is adding a side salad to dinner
You still eat your bolognese with spaghetti, and enjoy it!
The salad is added on top
“Won’t that increase my calories?!”
Probably not, by eating the salad you’ll be adding fibre which will likely increase your feelings of fullness
Not the mention all the extra nutrients which will make you feel better and more energised
You could also add more protein to the sauce
So instead of bowl full of pasta and a scoop of sauce
Halve the pasta and double the sauce
Once again, increasing the amount of nutrients, increasing feelings of fullness
While still enjoying your pasta!
A fruit bowl to the kitchen bench is another great example of adding rather than subtracting
We’d much rather start by adding with our personal training and small group class members
The great thing is that it often makes the subtracting easier in the long run
And you’re less likely to feel like you’re missing out
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