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Francy

03/05/2019 3:19AM
I'm a bit worried. I made a yearly pass to the gym and I got a nutritional consult + personal training as a bonus. Yesterday I had the first meeting and he said I'm eating too little. He took all the measures and will let me know the "new diet" and training program next week.
I'm happy because I hope I'll be healtier, but I'm also worried because I'm not sure it will include losing more weight...

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Laurie L.

Agree with the above. Eating too FEW calories can hinder weight loss GREATLY, AND you’ll be miserable. I wouldn’t think the nutritionist would recommend that either so you should be good. Probably will recommend cardio vs strength training right now anyway if you explain the situation. Toning is fine, but you don’t necessarily want to build muscle while you’re doing this. It does burn more calories though so... If you eat too little your body thinks it’s starving and goes into protective mode. Drink LOTS of water to keep flushing the fat OUT, but definitely don’t go below 1000-1200 calories. It’s counterproductive. Best of luck, and let us know what he/she says. :thumbsup:

Roxi J.

Agree with the fact that upping your calories should be fine, it’s trial and error so just see. However don’t be put off about building muscle - in fact strength training is actually v.important for weight loss. It won’t make you bulky and it won’t make you heavier unless you’re eating excessively. I have been doing strength training,building muscle and have lost 10kg since January. Plus I’m developing a nicer shape, maintaining more curves than I would if I just did cardio. And just to clarify - toning is actually the result of building muscle and losing fat. So the best approach for that is cardio, strength, good diet and quality sleep. :grin:

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