You ever wonder why a lot of people struggle with losing fat, getting strong, and having a good body? These are all pretty common problems and typical frustrations we hear on a daily basis. But, what is the common denominator? What is the limiting factor to all this? In a word – pain.
These little aches and pains are keeping people back from stringing together a consistent program of exercise that allows their body to achieve the results they want. But, let\’s go deeper (but staying very simple) on how pain is not allowing you to burn fat and get strong.
You may be wondering how pain will keep you from getting rid of fat and building muscle tone. It is very easy to comprehend actually. Simply put, if you are hurting, you are going to find it very hard to work out at the level needed to really start melting the fat off your body. And do not be deceived: just taking a walk is not going to do the job.
Think about it. How many fit people do you know who only take walks for their exercise? Probably none because it is not enough exercise to get really good fat loss, especially when you think about how many calories the average person eats! So the more you hurt the less you will move, and the less you move, the more fat you will store.
Now, how does pain affect how strong you are, hence your ability to burn fat? Again, very simple facts, if you are in pain, you have to work out light, if you have to work out light that means you lift baby weights, and lifting baby weights isn\’t going to put that nice lean muscle on your body that helps you burn calories all day long, so you have the belly you want.
The solution is to commit to training at the level that will bring you the results that you want. Find a good personal trainer who can help you decide what exercises you need to do in order to start gently building your endurance and finally get rid of the pain!