Do you want to change your body but you don’t have time to make complicated meals?
You set yourself a health and fitness goal in the past but didn’t know where to start.
There are millions of websites online giving away free advice but you don’t know which ones to listen to.
After spending over a decade studying life, health and wellbeing, people’s habits and transformations, I have realised that the answer isn’t as simple as 1,2,3.
Many different variables come into play that may often be overlooked and that’s why you’re not getting the result you want.
Is this the year I don’t have to set myself a new get fit, lose weight for summer goal in the new year because I am now adopting the habits that will lead to a better me?
Check out these 5 websites and watch how they will help change your life
1. My Fitness Pal – www.myfitnesspal.com
My Fitness Pal is by far the easiest calorie calculator on the market right now and it will lead you to victory on your fat loss journey.
Sign Up for a free account and put in your current weight and your goal weight.
FAST, SIMPLE, EASY TO USE
I would recommend losing weight at a sustainable rate of 0.5-1kg per week.
In order to lose weight you need to burn more calories than you’re consuming. Your body needs to be in a calorie deficit.
You can do this by increasing the number of times you exercise and/or decreasing the number of calories that you consume per day.
MFP can be downloaded to your phone and this clever app acts your food conscious for the day in your pocket.
It shows you how many calories are in your meals and the breakdown of carbohydrates, fats and protein. Very useful information if you want to know your macros (but we can save that for another time).
Whatever you eat or drink must be added to your daily food log. At the end of the day you can see how well you’ve done and if you’ve managed to stay within your calorie count.
If you can do this for enough days, you’ll start to see the weight dropping off.
Portion control and consistency is the key.
Invite your friends to join MyFitnessPal and be a part of your success. You win points for logging in daily and can go for the longest running streak
2. Eat This Much www.eatthismuch.com
Eat This Much creates personalised meal plans based on your food preferences, budget and schedule. It will help you reach your diet and nutritional goals with their calorie calculator, weekly meal plans, grocery lists and more.
You’ll be surprised with the wide selection of meals that it has available at the click of a button. Food shopping and meal preparation has never been made so simple.
3. Bodybuilding.com - www.bodybuilding.com
Bodybuilding.com offers an encyclopedia of information with 1,000s of workouts to choose from.
There are a lot of articles to read on different topic so the key is to know what you’re looking for. What are you trying to achieve? What are your current goals in life towards your health and fitness?
Once you are clear on this, you can go out and find the information that will help you.
4. Examine - www.examine.com
Examine is an unbiased source on nutrition and supplements backed with medical research.
IF you’ve ever felt like trying out a new supplement that was recommended by a friend of a friend, look it up on here and see what the professionals have to say about it.
You are then in the best possible position to make a more informed decision on what to do
5. Facebook - www.facebook.com/KieranEkeledo
Whether you’re a social media fan or not, it will benefit you for us to stay connected and be a part of our community.
I’ve started a group on the called The Go Getters Club. The Go Getters Club is a community dedicated to ongoing support, growth and encouragement. This group will enable you to connect and share your experiences with likeminded people, making it far more likely for you to stay on course towards your health and fitness goals.
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