Long-term Weight-loss Strategies

Research has shown that individuals who attend increased weight loss-focused health coaching appointments have more weight loss. Reaching goals within the first two months can also set someone up for long-term weight success.


I have worked with individuals for years as a successful weight loss coach, and I have found the people who have the best outcomes incorporate this strategy:


They stick to the plan

· Those who have stronger willpower and can stick to the plan that I outlay have better long-term results.

· If they have a “bad” week or fall off the weight-loss bandwagon, they get straight back to their plan.


They realise that some of the dietary changes I initiate with them are long-term

· For the best long-term results, healthy eating is the key.

· My goal in working with people is to educate them to make healthy choices. The 20/80 rule for weight maintenance works well.


They incorporate some exercise

· Another essential aspect is moving your body which can even be walking regularly. It does not have to be high-intensity, and I encourage at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise 5-6 times per week, which can be in the form of a brisk walk.

· Keeping some minor dietary changes with regular exercise have the best long-term weight loss outcomes.


Weight loss programs work well because they are committed to a set period where they give it their full attention. These programs as designed around the amount of weight they want to lose and the length of time they would like to commit.


If you want to lose some weight, I highly recommend looking into a program that would suit you!

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