......And Stop Wasting Money On Fat-Burner Supplements

I think this is my week to let you know "what not to do" when you're trying to get fit and burn fat....one reason that you get frustrated with your fat loss results is that your expectations are unrealistic. If you expect fat-burner supplements to give you a lean and toned body, you will always be disappointed! Save your money!

At best, fat-burner supplements might give you a short-term boost. At worst, they could kill you (remember the Ephedra horror stories)!

Don't be a "scale junkie." What's a "scale junkie?" My definition of it is a person who is so worried about losing weight that they lose sight of the fact that fat loss and inches loss is much more important. Permanent fat loss takes longer and you have to really work hard and smart to achieve it. Pills, powders and patches won't get the job done when it comes to permanent fat loss/weight loss.

Credible personal trainers want health, injury prevention and permanent fat loss/weight loss for you. Doctors, health professionals and personal trainers agree that the only safe and surefire way to good health and fitness is through good nutrition and regular exercise. Enough said!

Train hard and smart!

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Mark Dilworth, BA, PES
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  1. Hi Mark,

    Thank you so much for writing this article! We need more people like yourself, who are strong advocates of moderate, natural, & credible approaches to fitness & nutrition!

    Of course, you are absolutely correct that taking superficial shortcuts won't give us long-lasting health/fitness. Taking this path is almost always counter-productive!

    I think the larger issue is that people get so focused on obtaining results by any means necessary, that they forget to enjoy the process itself.

    While health & fitness are undoubtedly important, I think that the means are just as important as the ends. It's so important to find the fun in fitness; yes, it takes effort, but too often people treat the activity like it's some form of corporal punishment. ;-) It doesn't have to be that way!

    It's ultimately more effective to retrain our brains, refocus our energies, & start thinking about fitness & health in more productive & sensible ways.




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Hi, I'm Mark Dilworth, Nutritionist, Dietary Strategies Specialist, Nutrition for Metabolic Health Specialist and Lifestyle Weight Management Specialist. Since 2006, I have helped thousands of clients and readers make lifestyle habit changes which includes body transformation and ideal body weight.