Benefits of Fat Loss
Everyone wants to look good and feel good, but what does that mean? Well, for me, I feel my best and healthy, and confident, and sexy, and love talking to women when I’m lean and muscular.
Luke said “I have been training with Scott now for 2 months and can already feel the effects of his work outs. Scott’s approach to personal training is very unique and you will see results quickly, we havent done the same work out twice. He is full of energy and passion. Highly recommend him if you want results.”
1. Better Sleep!
Snoozing probably helped you lose more weight in the first place, but as a result of your weight loss you’ll actually get better quality sleep now. Research shows that losing 5 percent of your body weight can help you sleep better and longer throughout the night. What’s more, ridding your body of excess fat can also help alleviate sleep apnea and snoring.
2. Better Hormonal Balance
When you think of hormones, your teenage years may spring to mind, but they play a role in more than just your burgeoning sex drive during puberty. Your thyroid gland makes and releases two very important hormones which regulate your metabolism and can also affect muscle strength among other things. When you rid your body of excess fat your hormones steady and as a result it’s easier for you to maintain or even further your weight loss, says Isabel Smith, MS, RD, CDN, registered dietitian and founder of Isabel Smith Nutrition.
3. Improved Sex Drive
Too tired? Not anymore. Suddenly you don’t have to think twice about getting in the mood, and you may find yourself consciously holding yourself back from going for round three—hey, you’ve got to get some sleep. According to experts, weight loss has been linked to boosted testosterone levels and an increased libido, and dropping just 10 pounds is enough to stimulate sex hormones. What’s more, fitting in your workout every morning also increases blood flow to the pelvic area further boosting your drive.
4. Increased Sexual Performance
Between the energy boost you get from losing weight and the uptick in stamina from hours spent at the gym, if you really wanted to go all night you could. Increased physical fitness has been associated with greater satisfaction in the bedroom, according to Smith. So not only do you want to get busy more often, but the actual act itself is more enjoyable for both you and your partner.