Weight LossFrisco, TX
Far too often, people attempt weight loss on their own to achieve mixed or unsatisfactory results. For many people, this is due to the fact that they start a workout with a vague plan. Other people are not sure which diet is going to be right for them. Without a concrete plan set up at the start of the weight loss, the patient is much more likely to fall off the wagon or even gain weight instead.
Benefits of a Structured Weight Loss Program
Our team has the knowledge and tools necessary to help guide patients through the weight loss process. Even though losing weight is possible, it will still take time. Trying to cut corners in a fitness plan or rush the process can result in health risks. We can customize a weight loss plan to the patient’s schedule, weight loss goal and medical condition.
Our weight loss plan focuses on three key areas to help patients reach their goal weight, fitness, exercise and healthy living.
By working with our team, we can help patients to reach their weight goal and continue to maintain that weight goal. We will not only establish a weight loss plan but instruct the patient on how to continue keeping the new weight in the future. Many people will achieve their weight goal on their own but gain weight back after they stop the diet.
This is since they do not continue to keep the healthy habits of the diet and weight loss plan throughout the day. Benefits of our weight loss plan include:
- Wright loss plan customized to a patient’s specific needs
- Professional guidance on effective exercises for losing weight
- Professional guidance for dietary advice
- Medical assistance for any issues that may occur
- Professional support to help patients follow through with diet
Effective weight loss addresses all these aspects in the patient’s life and not just a generalized approach. It is important to note that many of the exercise plans and diets people find online are not the right plan for everyone. An extreme workout plan can cause serious health problems if it is not right for the patient. Our weight loss plan uses these three aspects to help patients.
Maintaining a healthy level of fitness in one’s life can seem difficult to do when one must balance their work, family and social life. Thus, people may start a fitness regimen without professional medical guidance, only to stop after a few weeks. We can help patients remain on track with a set fitness plan that meets their lifestyle preferences.
For instance, some fitness plans may direct people to go through with specific exercises or workouts that the person does not like. Fitness is about more than meeting a quota. We want people to find an exercise plan that they enjoy completing throughout the week. Fitness involves aspects such as:
- Cardiorespiratory endurance
Cardiorespiratory endurance is the rate of the body’s ability to fuel itself through the circulatory and respiratory system during physical activity. Possible activities that can help with patients’ fitness levels include jogging, swimming, cycling and more.
While any amount of exercise can be good for the patient, it is crucial for someone to have a set schedule. An exercise regimen the patient enjoys completing on a regular basis can greatly enhance the weight loss process. Blindly attempting exercises without the proper understanding of the technique can result in possible injury.
Other people will push their bodies too far and pull a muscle, requiring several days to weeks to fully recover. With that in mind, we will go over different types of exercise and how the patient can complete them in a proper manner. We may also recommend the patient find a personal trainer or class to help them keep up regular exercise.
Dieting is a crucial aspect of a weight loss plan and healthy living. People who only diet during the weight loss plan and then revert to old habits will find that they begin to gain the lost weight back. People who want to keep the weight off the need to continue a healthy diet. When we help to construct a patient’s weight loss plan, we will also go over diet and nutritional advice.
By combining a healthy diet with regular exercise, we can help patients to build a healthier lifestyle and maintain it. If you are interested in losing weight or want to live a healthier lifestyle, give us a call today to learn more.
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