People are still trying to lose what they gained over Christmas, or simply trying to follow through on a New Year’s resolution. It’s nice to see booming sales in weight-loss supplements, recovery powders and energy enhancers.
Peterborough (PRWEB UK) 20 March 2013
The fitness industry houses many unique sectors, depending on whether consumers hope to lose weight, create lean muscle, build strength or shape up in any number of ways. But of these, weight loss is by far the most prominent area of interest among the public. Modern life makes it exceedingly easy to gain fat through sedentary lifestyles and accessible, processed foods. Whatever fitness goals individuals may eventually settle on, they almost universally begin with a desire to lose weight.
For some this is a harder task than for others. Reducing calorie intake and increasing energy use should reduce weight as a rule, the body uses 3,500 calories a week per pound of body weight. Yet many find even a diet and fitness regime fail to create meaningful results. Early spring sees some of the strongest interest in weight loss throughout the year, so to support concerned consumers Muscle Finesse are releasing an advice series on weight loss via their company blog.
In ‘Why Can’t I lose Weight?’ the series covers lesser-known factors which can affect metabolic rates, and the success of weight loss programmes. One post discusses the damaging effects of sleep deprivation, which can substantially reduce calorie burn while releasing worrying hormones such as ghrelin, which instigates sensations of hunger. The blog also opens discussion on the risks of individuals underestimating how sedentary their lifestyle can be.
Other posts, including ‘Why Do We Get Fat?’, discuss why obesity levels seem to be consistently increasing, and how certain lifestyle choices are encouraging the trend. A representative from Muscle Finesse was available to comment on the new advice series, and their reasons behind introducing it. ‘We see a huge amount of interest in weight loss, particularly around this time of year. People are still trying to lose what they gained over Christmas, or simply trying to follow through on a New Year’s resolution. It’s nice to see booming sales in weight-loss supplements, recovery powders and energy enhancers. But we feel it’s important that Muscle Finesse not only supply consumers with these products, but offer expert and relevant advice to help them get the most out of their purchases.’
Interested parties can find out just how to maximise their weight loss training online, at the Muscle Finesse blog. Muscle Finesse are one of the United Kingdom’s leading suppliers and wholesalers in the field of fitness equipment, weight loss supplements and gym wear. By extending comprehensive series of tips and advice on weight loss and other fitness issues, the company hopes to see their customers achieve their health goals faster than ever before.