There’s no way around it: losing weight is extremely difficult. It’s a matter of biology.
For starters, the only way to lose weight is by creating a calorie deficit, which is way easier said than done. You can’t just undereat because your body reacts negatively to it. Over time, you will lack mental clarity and become more injury-prone.
Trying to create a calorie-deficit comes with its own shortcomings. Overtraining can lead to exhaustion, makes your more injury prone, and requires longer recovery times. When it comes down to it, you need BALANCE to make progress in your weight-loss journey.
A good fitness program and sensible eating decisions are the best way to achieve a calorie deficit. Want to learn more? Check out the latest Wiser With Kaiser below: