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What’s the Secret to Fat Loss?

The secret to fat loss is so simple, it’s a tragedy that it hasn’t clicked yet for the millions of people struggling with excess body fat.

Read the following paragraph as many times as you need to until you get it. Understanding this distinction is the key to it all.

The secret to fat loss is not exercise. It’s not what foods you eat either. The ultimate secret to fat loss is achieving a calorie deficit, and consistently staying in that deficit until you reach your goal.

Nutrition is only one way to achieve the deficit: You decrease calories in. Training is the other way: You increase calories out. Your gut reaction on reading this may be “It can’t be that simple: We’ve heard ‘Eat less and exercise more’ for years and it hasn’t solved the problem.” I agree. I didn’t say eating less and exercising more is the secret. I said maintaining a calorie deficit is the secret.

Exercising more is a poor crutch for a bad diet or ignorance of calorie math. Training more to increase a deficit, on the other hand, accelerates fat loss every time.

Focus on the deficit.

It’s a simple concept on paper, but not easy to manage in the real world. It takes knowledge, awareness, diligence, discipline, honesty, and consistency. The good news is, when you get it intellectually and then you apply it, you’ll gain total control of your body and you’ll never have to worry about body fat again.



My name is Steven Goldstein

With over 10 years of experience in the fitness industry, I have worked with clients of all ages and fitness levels. From professional athletes to individuals aiming to lose weight, I have helped countless people achieve their goals and improve their overall health through customized training and nutrition plans.

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Consistency leaves clues

Hundreds of clients of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities have put their health in our hands over the years and achieved truly remarkable results. 

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