There are different factors as to why a person is overweight. One reason might be the environment that he or she lives in. If the individual was raised up by a mom who constantly feeds their child with fatty foods or any meal that is deemed unhealthy, then the child will usually grow up heavy and overweight. That person will have a hard time coping up with weight issues later on because he or she has grown accustomed to being heavy.
Another reason might be because of depression. When someone becomes depressed because of personal love life or a job lay-off, they get emotional and turn into food to make themselves feel better. If they keep on feeding themselves without thought to the amount of food theyâ€™ve already shoved down their throat, without a second thought on the consequences of their actions, they will gain weight and will most probably end up with medical problems like hypertension, diabetes, etc.
To avoid such dilemma from happening, overweight people should consider approaching a weight loss coach. Finding one is no easy feat as there are constant threats of scammers who will rip you of. Still, you should not discount the fact that weight loss coaches are the best in dealing with your problems.
We often hear people mention about going to a nutritionist or a physician for weight loss consultations. But have you heard about a weight loss coach? Do they really exist? Yes, as a matter of fact, they do. A lot of people may think that a weight loss coach and a nutritionist are the same, but they are actually different. Some nutritionists cater not only to the heavy weight person, but also to those who have problems gaining weight â€“ the underweight people. Weight loss coaches on the other hand, are those that will facilitate your weight loss programs and will monitor your progress.
To find a good, and legit, weight loss coach, here a few pointers to observe so as to land the perfect one for you, as well as to prevent getting duped.
Ask for credentials
Seriously, why rest your health and safety on someone who, shall we say, is just faking it. Youâ€™re a smart person, seek the necessary â€“ ask for credentials, questions, even names of past patients. Weight loss coach doesnâ€™t just pick up tricks and techniques in the streets. Find out if he’s legit first, before baring your soul â€“ and your wallet to him or her.
Best way to sort out the posers from the real thing is through client testimonials. Besides covering all bases against duplicity, itâ€™s also a good way of finding out on how good he actually is with his profession. What better way of knowing that than by actually hearing stories from past patients, or even current patients. Itâ€™s a sure way of finding out if he’s employing effective methods.
Interactions with your coach
Because you want your coach to monitor your progress, discuss with him or her on what the setup will be. Is it going to be a weekly basis or a daily basis? Set a schedule where both of you can agree to meet and talk about what exercises are effective and which are those you have or havenâ€™t done yet. Feel free to ask questions and voice out your concerns; itâ€™s the coachâ€™s purpose in the first place.
Once you find the most suitable and comfortable weight loss coach, request for a trial period to assess the results. If you feel right about this coach, continue with the program to accomplish your goals.
Losing weight doesnâ€™t have to be a “me against the world” drama. You can seek help and you can involve other people in it. Wouldnâ€™t you say, the more the merrier?