My name is Julian Stone, and I am a personal trainer that has personal experience of losing more than 100 pounds. You can learn more about my weight loss journey by visiting my personal training web site, Julian Stone - Personal Trainer.
It can be extremely difficult to know where to begin. Looking in the mirror and seeing that you are not what you want to be can be very difficult to cope with. Stepping on the scales and seeing that you weight more than 100 pounds over what you really should weigh can be depressing. Learn how I lost 100+ pounds.
This can then lead to weight gain, and you are caught in a vicious circle or weight gain, depression and a feeling of desperation. I know how this feels, I have been there. I remember stepping on to the scales, and seeing the number go higher than the scales were designed to go. I weighed more than the 280 pounds that the scales were designed to display. At my heaviest, I was very close to 300 pounds.
I had to educate myself in nutrition, learn about muscle building, find out about weight loss and improve my fitness and health. As a personal trainer, I can pass on my experience and knowledge and help you lose 100 pounds.
The most difficult part of losing weight is often knowing where to begin. It can be overwhelming and very confusing. You need to decide that it is time for you to begin your weight loss journey. Once you are ready to admit that it is time, and you no longer want to live the way you are living, gaining weight and being inactive; this is when your weight loss journey will really begin.
The first step to losing 100 pounds is to stop your weight gain. You are never going to lose significant weight if you continue making the same mistakes that you have always made. The key to weight loss is identifying the decisions that you are making that are leading to your weight gain. Learn More: Stop Gaining Weight.
The foods that we eat are so important in determining if we gain weight, and more importantly if we lose weight. The difference between losing 100 pounds, and struggling fight weight gain can just be a matter of which foods you are eating, and which ones you are avoiding. Learn More: Learn About Nutrition.
Once you have reversed the weight gain, learned what you need to know about nutrition and the foods that are available, you can start losing weight. Learn More: Losing Your First Pound.
This is the key to losing any amount of weight, increasing your activity levels. Make sure that you choose something that you are going to enjoy doing, then you are more likely to stick to your weight loss plan. Learn More: Be More Active.
The first 10 pounds will be relatively easy (compared to what will come later) Anyone that has 100 pounds extra to lose should have no difficulty losing the first 10 pounds. Learn More: Losing 10 Pounds.
This is perhaps the most difficult part of losing weight. Once you have been consistently losing weight (1 pound per week is ideal), after 6 months you could be at the 30 pound lost stage of your journey. Learn More: Change Your Mental Attitude.
This is where you will find that things start to get more difficult. Reaching the 50 pound weight loss target is something that you should be incredibly proud of. Not many people can say that they have lost 50 pounds, and even less can say that they have maintained their 50 pound weight loss. However, if your target weight loss is 100 pounds, then losing 50 pounds is just the halfway mark, you still have a lot of work ahead of you.
Reaching the 50 pounds weight loss target is amazing; but what follows is where you really have to work hard. Learn More: Losing 50 Pounds.
Once you have reached the 50 pound weight loss target, you will have to make a few changes, as losing the next 50 pounds requires a different strategy. Learn More: Maintain Your Weight Loss.
You will have gone through many changes, and learned a lot of new information, worked really hard and probably lost and gained weight many times getting to this stage. Learn More: Losing 90 pounds..
Now you have lose 90 pounds, you should be really proud of yourself, your 100 pounds weight loss journey is almost at an end. Losing those last few pounds will be an exciting new challenge, something that is likely to take a lot of trial and error. Learn More: Lose The Last 10 Pounds.
It has been 10 years since I was at my heaviest, weighing more than 100 pounds over my current weight. I have maintained my 100 pound weight loss, through proper nutrition, healthy eating, keeping active, and participating in a weight training routine. Learn More: Maintain Your 100 Pound Weight Loss.
The obvious question is: Can I lose 100 pounds? Of course the answer to this is yes, it is possible to lose 100 pounds, I have done that myself. So what would the point be in hiring a personal trainer? My answer to that would be that while losing 100 pounds is something that can be achievable, it is extremely difficult to do, and not many people can say that they have lost 100 pounds and maintained that weight loss for 10 years.
If you want to lose 100 pounds and do it alone, then please send me your story. I would love to hear from people that have lost 100 pounds.
If you live in the Stoke-on-Trent area, and you want to hire me as your personal trainer, and you want me to help you lose 100 pounds, then get in touch and we can discuss your individual needs. Learn More: Lose 100 Pounds With A Personal Trainer.
The first step to losing 100 pounds, or any amount of weight, is to bring a stop to your weight gain. Find out what you need to do to stop gaining weight
The second step is a simple one, you just need to learn about the food that you eat, and how it makes you feel, and why the foods that you eat can lead to weight gain. Learn about nutrition
Losing 100 pounds sounds like a difficult thing to do (because it is) and you have to start somewhere, so losing that first pound is so important. Losing Your First Pound
The key to losing 100 pounds, is to become more active, adding exercise to your daily life, walking more often, and just being more aware of why inactivity is so bad for you. Be more active
Once you have added exercise to your daily life, and learned about nutrition, you have the basic skills that will help you lose those first 10 pounds. Losing 10 pounds
The most difficult part of trying to lose 100 pounds is that you really have to change the way that you think, especially about food. Change your mental attitude
Reaching the 50 pounds lost stage of your journey is an important milestone, and it is likely to take a year to get to this stage. Losing 50 pounds
Rapid weight loss is dangerous, and losing 100 pounds will take a long time, and you will have to work really hard to achieve such a difficult goal. Maintain Your Weight Loss
It is likely to take 2 years or more to lose 90 pounds, but when you reach this stage, you will look and feel better than you could ever have imagined when you first began this journey. Losing 90 pounds
You will find that the last few pounds are the most difficult to lose, your body will make you work really hard for those last 10 pounds. Lose the last 10 pounds
Congratulations, you have reached the 100 pounds weight loss mark, well done! Don't let all your hard work go to waste. You now have to make sure that you don't put the weight back on again. Maintain your 100 pound weight loss
There is so much that you have to do to achieve such a difficult goal, and it can be very hard to accomplish this on your own. As I have already done what it takes to lose 100 pounds, I know how to guide you through the process. Let me help you to lose 100 pounds with a personal trainer