Setauket, NY (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
On April 10, Muscular Development Magazine representative Brian Turner comments on a recent blog post from John is Fit detailing a common misconception with weight loss.
According to John is Fit guest blogger Drew, there is one common mistake that many people make when dieting. With going to the gym and various other ways to get into shape, people forget about adjusting calorie intake.
Drew of John is Fit writes that most people trying to lose weight will experience weight loss initially and then gradually hit a plateau, discouraging progress.
By simply adjusting your calorie intake to your new body, “you can often start burning fat again instantly,” says Drew.
“Although it might seem like common sense, many people never even consider this incredibly important factor of weight loss,” says Drew. “[Anytime] you hit a fat loss plateau, before blaming the whole world, make sure it’s not something that is in your control first. By simply avoiding this common diet mistake, you can actually avoid most fat loss plateaus and be on your way to weight loss success again.”
“While calorie intake is indeed an important factor to consider while dieting, it is also important to maximize your workout routine,” says Turner. “Most people striving to lose weight will reach for the weight loss pills before considering any alternative. Adjusting your regimen or working harder can help improve your weight loss campaign and nudge you past that plateau.”
Turner adds that supplements can help improve any workout to build muscle or lose fat and before taking any supplement to seek medical advice. “If you are going to begin using supplements, we recommend using quality pre-workout supplements to enhance your exercising system and nutrition.”
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