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If You’re Tired of Being Fat You Need to Read This

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By: Stuart Carter, Dip. PT, Precision Nutrition 1,

C.O.O., The The Fit Father Project

tired of being fat?
If you’re getting tired of being fat, then you have come to the right place.

It’s a legitimate concern, as we all live fast-paced lives. Grabbing food on the go and struggling to find time to exercise is often accepted as the norm.

Man Before And After Loosing FatBut, what happens when you’re ready to admit that you’re tired of being fat?

That’s actually a great place to be, and it’s the first step to losing weight and becoming a healthier, fitter man.

In many ways, being fat is like being an alcoholic. Acknowledging the issue will allow you to start taking the next step.

Losing weight isn’t as hard as you may think!

So, say it again, and say it loud enough for everyone to hear, ‘I’m tired of being fat!’

Tired Of Being Fat? Discover the Process of Weight Loss

You’re about to discover why the Fit Father Project is going to be your best friend and guide through your weight loss journey.

But first, it’s a good idea to have a basic understanding of the weight loss process.

Step 1 – Acknowledge the Issue

Congratulations!

You’ve already admitted you’re tired of being fat and you’re ready to change.

That means you’re ready for step two.

Step 2 – Restrict Calories

how many calories should a man eat to lose weightThe only way to lose weight is if you consume fewer calories than your body needs, effectively creating a negative energy balance.

The average man will need between 1800 and 2200 calories per day. You can verify the amount you need with this calorie maintenance calculator.

Eating fewer calories will result in weight loss.

Step 3 – Build a Sustainable Plan

It’s common, especially if you’re fat, to lose weight fairly quickly at the beginning of a new diet.

tired of being fat? use the perfect plateHowever, after a short time, it can be difficult to maintain a restrictive diet.

This is when people generally start to drop off the wagon and often start regaining the weight they’ve lost.

You’ll often hear this referred to as the plateau and a change of approach is necessary to get past it successfully.

meal plan for extreme weight lossIn fact, it’s the start of a cycle for many people, but it doesn’t have to be.

Instead of adopting a restrictive diet and doing an exercise you don’t enjoy, try using the Fit Father approach and discover the joy of eating and exercising while losing weight!

Top Tip: You need to burn an extra 3500 calories per week to lose 1 pound of weight.

Check out this 1-day meal plan as an example of what is possible.

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Success Stories to Inspire You

You’re not alone. Join the FF30X program today and gain access to a vast array of resources, as well as speak to others who have already admitted they are tired of being fat and done something about it.

Just read our testimonials to get inspired if you’re tired of being fat!

Darvin Munger, 47 years young
Hey Anthony, I’m down to 262 from 267. Your program is awesome! I can’t even begin to describe how much more energy I have after just 4 days. I’m following the meal plan exactly and drinking tons of water. Dude it’s real easy and the recipes are really good.
 
Willie Bobo, 60 years young
Doc, first let me say I’m 100% a full believer in your program. Fact is I lost 25lbs by just eating with the program and felt tons better. Thanks for helping me.”
 
Bill Breeye, 42 years young
Hey Anthony. This program is awesome. I’m already down 13lbs. Tons of energy and looking forward to the rest of my life again. Not bad for a 42-year-old!!
 
That’s just a few of the examples, check out this page to see more of the men who’ve been inspired by the Fit Father Project.

Tactics & Strategies for Those Who are Tied of Being Fat

Starting a new weight loss program can seem baffling, but it doesn’t need to be.

There are several tactics, strategies, and methods to help you to achieve your goals. Check off as many of these as you can.

Change Slowly

You shouldn’t just try to lose weight.  You should also be looking to create a healthier lifestyle. This means overhauling your eating habits, exercise habits, and even your attitude to life.

Doing this slowly is essential to ensure the changes are acceptable in the long term.

Keep it Fun

Eating healthily and losing weight doesn’t need to be depressing. You simply need to make sure that every activity you undertake is fun. If you enjoy the experience, you’re much more likely to repeat it.

Get the Right Mindset

benefits of physical activityThe most important part of losing weight is acknowledging that you’re tired of being fat and believing that you can change.

Visualize yourself as a slimmer, more muscular man.

It will help you to adopt the right mindset and stay focused and committed.

Change Your Eating Habits

You know that what you eat is going to play an important part in your weight loss journey.

It’s a good idea to take a look at this free 1-day meal plan; it will help you to get started on your new, healthier lifestyle.

But, there is more to it than that! Sticking to what feels like a restrictive diet is difficult. Instead, focus on eating the right balance of foods.

It’s easier than you think to maintain a balance of carbs, protein, and vegetables; all you have to do is adopt the perfect plate approach.

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Egg, Quinoa, & Avocado with Steamed Vegetables Recipe

Combine this with using a smaller plate, and you’ll find that food remains variable, enjoyable, and fulfilling, all while losing weight!

It is also worth looking at preparing meals in advance.

This can help to ensure you always have a healthy snack available when you need it and prevent the temptation of fast food alternatives.

Use Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting means avoiding food or minimizing your calorie intake to just 500 per day.

intermittent fasting for menIt’s usually done for 2 days a week, just not consecutively.

The obvious benefit is that it will restrict your calorific intake, helping you to lose weight.

However, intermittent fasting also helps your body to switch into a state of ketosis.

During this state, your body will consume fat stored instead of converting carbs consumed into glucose.

That will have a direct effect on your fat stores!

Meditate

Meditation is an extremely good way of lowering your stress.

man meditating stress and weight lossWith your stress levels in the right place, your body will be able to balance your hormone levels; this generally happens when you sleep.

If hormones aren’t balanced, then you’ll feel hungrier during the day and be more likely to overeat!

Check out this article for the above benefits of meditating and how to get started; it will help your weight loss journey.

Exercise More

One of the most difficult things when losing weight is to start exercising.

man running tired of being fatIf you’ve been inactive for a while, even the thought of exercising can be enough to make you sweat!

The good news is that you can exercise one small step at a time.

The critical factor is creating 30 minutes in your daily schedule. This will create a habit and any exercise will help, even if it’s just walking the dog.

Don’t forget, fun is the secret to sustainability.

Try HIIT

HIIT, or High-Intensity Interval Training, is one of the most effective ways of losing weight.

HIIT training V2It’s also easy to fit into a short gap in your day, making it harder to say you don’t have the time to do it!

HIIT has been shown to burn a large number of calories in a short space of time. It also increases your metabolic rate for a long period after you’ve finished exercising.

That’s going to help you burn fat.

In addition, HIIT is known to be good for your heart and blood pressure. It can even reduce your blood sugar levels, which will help to reduce the risk of diabetes.

Check out this guide to the best HIIT workouts.

Start Strength Training

I know you want to lose weight and strength training is going to help you build muscle, which will increase the number on the scales.

However, muscle burns more calories than fat. Increasing your muscle mass will help to increase your maintenance calories and improve the effects of a calorie restrictive eating plan.

strength training for weight lossMuscle will also help you to undertake more activities and reduce the likelihood of fall-related injuries.

Check out these strength training exercises:

Not all of these require dumbbells. In fact, many of them can be done with a weight you’ve found at home or even just your bodyweight.

The point is to keep doing something regularly, and you’ll soon see the results you want.

Get Enough Sleep

Almost everyone likes to sleep!

The great thing is that getting enough sleep actually plays an important role in maintaining your health and even losing weight.

Check out our sleep guide here to find out more.

Hit the Gym

join the gym No one wants to be the weakest man in the gym, and that can make it a daunting prospect to hit the gym.

However, you need to remember that it’s better to lift light and properly than to lift heavy badly.

With the right form, you’ll quickly be lifting more.

Check out these tips to get you back in the gym.

Fat Loss Starts Today

You have everything you need to get from tired of being fat to becoming the man you want to be.

Join the FF30X todayabs bicycle crunch and be inspired by those who have already lost the weight.

Read the articles, and they’ll help you to understand what exercises are helpful, how you should change your eating habits, and what else you can do to lose weight.

Then, it’ll be your turn to help inspire others.

If you can do it, so can they!

Or perhaps that should say if they can do it, so can you!

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Here’s A Free Weight Loss Meal Plan For Busy Men 40+

1 day meal plan
Discover exactly what to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner to lose belly fat & feel energized 24/7 without hard dieting...

Your new friend & health coach,

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Stuart Carter Dip. PT, Precision Nutrition 1

C.O.O., The The Fit Father Project

Stuart gained his Diploma in Personal Training & Sports Medicine through Premier Global, back in 2001. In 2018, he completed his Level 1 Precision Nutrition qualification.

Throughout his career in Fitness, Stuart has trained hundreds of clients, worked in almost every position in the industry, and ran his own successful training studio.

After a hiatus away from the Fitness industry, working in Corporate Management and Finance, Stuart returned to what he loves… Fitness! This return led to a chance meeting with Dr. Balduzzi, and a place in the Fit Father Project team.

Brotherhood Nickname: The Fit Brit
Bragging Rights: 18 Years in the fitness industry, Author of ‘The Easy Fitness Guide', Father of 4 boys and Husband to a Venezuelan beauty.

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*Please know that weight loss results & health changes/improvements vary from individual to individual; you may not achieve similar results. Always consult with your doctor before making health decisions. This is not medical advice – simply very well-researched info and motivation for those who are tired of being fat.

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