How to lose 30 pounds in a month: rapid results
Many people start a Martial Art to get into shape and lose weight.
When you first meet them, they are not interested in learning how to fight or wish to ever compete.
They’ll ask how to lose 30 pounds in a month or tell us how the doctor said they had high cholesterol and they needed to make a life change.
Many health and weight loss reasons will come up and questions about how many calories they’ll burn.
One of the reasons these people will quit Martial Arts and fitness in general is they are not seeing results quickly from their hard work.
They get frustrated and lose the initial focus and assume their goal is not attainable.
They revert to the mindset that they can’t lose weight or get in shape no matter what they do.
This is unfortunate and heartbreaking for us in the industry who truly want to help people.
We want them to see the results from their effort and achieve the better version of themselves that they wish for.
I started talking with other people in the industry to see how we can overcome this enigma.
When someone asks me how to lose 30 pounds in a month, I know there is a good chance they need to see quick results.
Perhaps depending on their current body condition losing 30 pounds in a month is not a realistic goal.
Unfortunately, often their own self-image is much worse than reality.
If their self-image has already determined that they need to lose 30 pounds in a month, the timer has already started in their head as soon as they walk in.
If losing 30 pounds in a month is not a realistic goal, the job then becomes creating a plan for rapid results they can see and feel to keep them motivated.
Nik is a successful personal trainer who operates TrainedByNik.
A very determined man, with minimal English and just a passion to pursue his dreams he immigrated by himself at the age of 18.
After some early struggles Nik persevered and was fortunate to come under the tutelage of Amer “The Hammer” Kamra.
Mentored by one of the best physique coaches in North America, Nik decided to set off and take a chance on his own.
In 8 years, Nik already has over 10,000 hours of experience in personal training.
Working with many influential Canadian and Russian businessmen and businesswomen.