We look in the mirror, try on a new pair of step, or pants on the scale, and tend to be unhappy with what we see or feel. Maybe we’re running once a bus, walking the dog, or maybe playing with the kids or even grandkids and realize that we’re quickly exhausted in which when we wouldn’t have given it a second thought.
We’re formally “overweight”, and something needs to be done!
The response is automated, along with a whole industry has grown up which feeds on this thought:
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“Weight loss as well as fat reduction aren’t the same thing. You must be able to distinguish between the two. The weighing machine can be quite misleading if it is the sole requirements you use for measurement.” –Tom Venuto, “Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle”
But, the issue isn’t just that “weight loss” and “fat loss” aren’t necessarily the same. The fundamental issue, at least I think, is the fact that people who don’t understand a great deal about how the entire body, physical exercise, and nutrition work, and also the interactions between & among them, are likely to think that since the problem is “weight” the answer is “less weight”.
This usually leads a person down two trails, often at the same time, if you can imagine that.
The initial will be the simplest path.