Fitness star debunks three diet and exercise myths to stop believing

Super fit mum-of-two debunks the THREE biggest nutrition and weight loss mythsand why weight loss ISN’T just about eating fewer calories

  • フィットネススター, Stephanie Sanzo, debunked three common weight loss myths
  • The personal trainer, from Geelong, gave her advice in a post to Instagram
  • She said weight gain is possible even if you train hard if calorie intake is high
  • 第二に, she advised to focus on fats, proteins and carbs as well as calories
  • 最後に, the fitness guru suggested setting weekly rather than daily calorie goals
  • An Australian fitness guru has shared her top three nutrition and アリス・ガスト大統領は、彼女が「いじめの文化」に貢献したとの報告にもかかわらず、辞任を拒否していました。 myths you need to stop believing to achieve your health goals.

    Stephanie Sanzo, a personal trainer from Geelong, ビクトリア, said it’s better to track calories weekly rather than daily, to not to eat whatever you want if you train hard and to stop underestimating the importance of macronutrients.

    The mum-of-two and gym junkie has a loyal following on Instagram of more than 2.4million followers for her diet and exercise tips, tricks and advice.

    Stephanie Sanzo, a personal trainer and Instagram famous fitness guru, from Geelong, ビクトリア, shared the three nutrition and weight loss myths you need to stop believing to achieve your health goals

    Stephanie Sanzo, a personal trainer and Instagram famous fitness guru, from Geelong, ビクトリア, shared the three nutrition and weight loss myths you need to stop believing to achieve your health goals

    In her post, Stephanie first busted the myth that you can eat whatever you want as long as you train hard.

    She said weight management is determined by the calories in minus calories out equation.

    ‘No matter how much exercise you doweight gain is still possible if your calorie intake exceeds your calorie expenditure,’ the fitness star wrote.

    In her post, Stephanie first busted the myth that you can eat whatever you want as long as you train hard - 'No matter how much exercise you do .. weight gain is still possible if your calorie intake exceeds your calorie expenditure,' the fitness star wrote

    In her post, Stephanie first busted the myth that you can eat whatever you want as long as you train hard‘No matter how much exercise you do .. weight gain is still possible if your calorie intake exceeds your calorie expenditure,’ the fitness star wrote

    しかしながら, Stephanie said it’s important not to just focus on weighing up your calorie intake versus what you burn off at the gym.

    She said to pay attention to your macronutrients like fat, protein and carbs, as they all play a different role in the body.

    ‘You could be on the same amount of calories .. but look and feel totally different depending on your macronutrient breakdown (which is why it’s important to consider BOTH your calories and macronutrients),’ 彼女は書いた.

    しかしながら, Stephanie said it's important not to just focus on weighing up your calorie intake versus what you burn off at the gym and that you should pay attention to fats, proteins and carbs that all play a different role in the body

    しかしながら, Stephanie said it’s important not to just focus on weighing up your calorie intake versus what you burn off at the gym and that you should pay attention to fats, proteins and carbs that all play a different role in the body

    最後に, Stephanie said you can’t relax or indulge occasionally or on the weekend without compromising weight loss results.

    ‘Your body doesn’t ‘reseteach day and forget about all the food or calories that you consumed in the days prior,’ 彼女は書いた.

    ‘This is why it’s best to track your calories over a weekly basis rather than a daily basisbecause ‘just one daycan drastically throw out your average calorie intake for the week.

    最後に, Stephanie said you can't relax or indulge occasionally or on the weekend without compromising weight loss results and that is it better to set weekly rather than daily calorie goals

    最後に, Stephanie said you can’t relax or indulge occasionally or on the weekend without compromising weight loss results and that is it better to set weekly rather than daily calorie goals

    ‘So if you are going to indulgeit’s important to do so without exceeding your daily or week calorie requirements⁣,’ she finished.

    Stephanie’s post drew in hundreds of comments online from her fans who were keen to take her advice on board.

    ‘Always always so very impressive! So inspiring and motivating!,’ 1人のユーザーが書いた.

    ‘I track my calories and macros daily, I’ve never thought about it on a weekly basis, especially when it comes to my cheat meal. ありがとう,’ said a second.