I've done a lot of posts about weight-loss in the past, however, I feel that there are still some misconceptions out there about weight-loss in general. As a young personal trainer who has a background in doing a lot of medical research (instilled in me by my grandmother who is a doctor) and dance training, I'm in direct competition with personal trainers who have been in the industry for 20+ years. Unfortunately, because they have been involved in the industry for so long, they tend to stick to the "old" ways of thinking.
A lot of new studies and research has come up that debunks a lot of old thinking. I'm not trying to say that I know more because there is definitely more to learn. All I'm saying is that I have done A LOT of research in various areas that gives me a very well rounded outlook on various topics.
With that said, I focus a lot on weight-loss clients so doing my research is important. Today, I'm going to give you some common misconceptions about weight-loss. Hopefully, this post will give you some insight into how you can achieve the weight-loss you've been waiting for. Feel free to ask me any questions you might have.