The Negatives Of Getting Healthier & Losing Weight

What do you think about this, any ideas?
You’d think I wouldn’t want to be advertising the drawbacks, it’s bad for business! 
All will be revealed.
I know full well that all this getting healthy and losing weight malarkey isn’t everyone’s cup of green tea.
If it was then we wouldn’t have an obesity and health crisis like we do in the UK!
So what are the downsides of losing weight and getting healthier?
To the non exercisers the barriers of starting are:
– No time to exercise
– Can’t afford it
– Don’t have the energy
– Don’t know what to do
– Don’t like sweating
– Don’t like wearing Lycra
– Don’t want everyone to stare at them in the gym
Some valid reasons, some which are just exercise myths.
In my experience in the fitness industry here is my list of the main drawbacks to losing weight and getting healthier:
1. You Need To Buy A New Wardrobe 
That’s about it really.
I can’t think of any major disadvantaged to losing weight (if you do it the right way and have a sensible approach)
A few clients of mine have had to shell out a bit of extra cash to buy new clothes after they’ve lost some serious weight.
Do they mind?
Absolutely not. They love it!
If you’re sick of buying bigger clothes that you don’t feel uncomfortable in and want to drop a couple of clothes sizes and feel and look good again then you need to do something about it.
I write every week about new hints and tips to get you a bit healthier, some of you action it whereas many of you just read and do nothing about it.
Intention isn’t enough.
If you need some help taking action then click the link to fill out this quick form
It could well be one of the best things you ever do!
Have a good weekend,
Jamie Stedman
PS It’s the best time to start with the new gym program and refurb on the way. Get in before Christmas.


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