How to Lose 20 LBS of Fat! (THE RIGHT WAY)

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Learn how to lose 20 pounds in only a few weeks. I discuss the best weight loss diet & workout methods to burn fat. This video also breaks down myths about burning belly fat with target fat burn.
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Whatsup guys Im really excited about todays video because rather than breaking down some fat loss myths or going over just one particular diet or just one particular workout plan I get to tell you guys exactly what you’ll need to do step by step to lose 20 pounds of fat the right way. And this is really great because there are a lot of wrong ways to go about losing 20 pounds. Now even though theres more than one method to help you lose the 20 pounds of fat the principles for losing the weight and keeping it off remain the same. And those specific principles are what I want to touch on today. So let’s get right into this because after spending over half my life training myself as well as thousands of people I’ve gathered some really great information that I really think will help. The first thing that you’re going to have to do to lose the weight and keep it off is to approach your goal with the right mental disposition. What this means is that most people will approach weight loss as a temporary activity with a beginning and an end. That’s why when a new client walks through my gym doors they will typically ask questions like “How long will this take,” and “will i keep the weight off after losing it.” And of course these questions are important, you want to burn the fat as fast as possible, and losing 20 pounds will be absolutely useless if you gain it all right back. But 99.9 percent of the time these questions stem from the mentality that we’re going to apply a temporary fix that will give you the body you want forever. And that’s not how losing weight to permanently look and feel the way you want works. With this type of mentality you will fail, and let me give you a quick example to illustrate my point. Wouldn’t it sound silly to ask your dentist how long you have to brush your teeth to keep them white and never get cavaties again? You also wouldn’t ask for how long after you’re done brushing your teeth will they stay white and healthy. Because the action of brushing your teeth on a daily basis for the rest of your life is the very thing that gives you nice teeth and keeps them that way. The way your body looks and feels is very similar. We all have a physical body which needs to be taken care of physically or else overtime it will deteriorate. So the first step to losing fat the right way is to come to the conclusion that this is a lifelong commitment just like brushing your teeth. I say this all the time, what your body looks like today is the result of what you’ve done for the last couple days, weeks, months, and years. So treat this as a permanent endeavor & you will be permanently rewarded with a better body. Now since this is permanent we have to find a dieting approach that we can actually stick to. Understand that there is no one right diet. You can lose 20 pounds with a low carb diet, a high carb diet there’s atkins, keto, paleo, vegeterian, and a number of different diet approaches like carb cycling & fasting. All of them can help you lose weight & just because one works better than the other for me doesn’t mean that the same approach will work better for you. Now that might sound confusing, but it’s absolutely critical that you find the best diet structure that works for you so you can actually stick to it. To lose weight & keep it off you don’t have to avoid carbs, you don’t have to eat 5 to 6 small meals a day, and you don’t have to eat at specific times of the day. You have to create a caloric deficit, consume just enough protein to support lean body mass, and keep insulin levels low by sticking to whole single ingredient foods. You can find whole single ingredient foods just by sticking to the outside aisles of your grocery store. When choosing what single ingredient foods to include in your diet make sure you’re choosing healthy options that you actually enjoy eating. All too often people will find out about a diet like the ketogenic diet for example & then almost immediately they’re following this new plan without ever thinking about the long term success associated with adopting such a plan. The ketogenic diet can be great for people that love foods that are high in fat, but don’t really enjoy eating a lot of carbohydrates. If you like eating higher fat foods like steak, bacon, eggs, butter, avocados, cream cheese, & low carb veggies like asparagus & spinach then a keto style diet plan can be a very good fit for you. However, if you love oatmeal, rice, potatoes, bread, and pasta then giving up those foods for the rest of your life with a keto diet structure is probably going..

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29 COMMENTS

  1. You make more sense to me than most others. Wish you were my personal trainer, because I let myself go way beyond what I think can be repaired and now was just told I have mild arthritis in the hips. Been on keto about 6 weeks or so, havent lost any weight but haven't gained either. Just making it up as I go, so probably need the calclator.

  2. you no matter what lose muscle mass? im confused. will you still look really fit. like losing weight is one thing. I wanna look ripped if im being honest. I don't wanna look skinny. if you watch connnor murphy he is what you would call a phuckable physique its what I want to look like will doing something like this ruin it?

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  4. I really love your videos and find them enjoyable to watch because they have tones of good information. This is my only complaint, I feel like they are moreso geared towards men. I have been on a 6 year well-being journey, going from 212lbs now down to 179lbs. I am age 47, my height is 5'7, I have been tested to be large boned, and tend to gain muscle rather quickly. My biggest downfall has been some female health issues and emotional eating that has made my weight lose journey rather staggering. However, I would like to say that despite the slow pace, I am proud of my weight lose and am grateful for all the lifestyle changes that have enriched my life. With all of that said and going back to my initial complaint, I wish you would make a video on women like me. Maybe you have and, if so, please send me in the right directions. 😉
    I have 20lbs to go to get to my idea weight of 159lbs and want to reach it by my 50th birthday. I already have the mindset of making my well-being a "lifetime joyful discipline" and any extra help, for women like me, would be appreciated. Thank you!😊

  5. Just found your videos and got to say…WHERE WERE YOU ALL THIS TIME!?! Seriously, I’ve been sticking with my workout and change in my lifestyle for about 8 months now and I’m so much happier than I was last year! The idea of having the right mental disposition is key to sticking with a routine. I’m down 35 lbs and I don’t do cardio. I stick to weight training and HIT with music. Still learning as I go and your videos are so helpful and most of the things you’ve mentioned in your videos I’ve been implemented in my lifestyle!

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