7 Weight Loss Tips From Scarborough BOOTCAMP

Tuesday marked a year since I started running my BOOTCAMP in Scarborough. It’s changed a lot since I first begun and has morphed into something I’m very happy with. I’ve seen some amazing success from my clients who really knuckled down into training and getting their food under control and am stoked with their results. Even just recently Nigel dropped 4.5 kilos in his first 4 weeks and Jacqui dropped 2 kilos during her 2 week trial! Debbie is down 3kg in 5 weeks, Lisa is just killing it and there’s plenty more quietly knocking down a kilo every week or two. Fantastic work guys!

We have just stepped into spring so we’re going to see much more sunshine and warm weather. That’s even more incentive to get you excited and more focused on getting into shape for summer. So I want to share some easy tips to keep you progressing toward your goals.

  1. Plan what you are going to eat for the whole week for each meal. This includes snacks and cheat meals too. If you know when your cheat meal is going to be you can focus on eating to your plan, already knowing you still get your favourite foods real soon.
  2. Cook enough so you have leftovers for lunch or dinner the next day. Put it into single serve containers so you can pull it out and eat it and get on with your day without thinking about food all day. I’ve currently got split pea and vegetable soup prepared and some marinated kangaroo ready for my next meal or two. I’ve also got cashews, almonds and walnuts ready to go along with plenty of apples and pears.
  3. Buy more than enough good food so you don’t run out. If the healthy stuff is there, you won’t eat the junk.
  4. Use zip lock bags or small containers for your vegetables and snacks so they’re ready to go in the serving size you need.
  5. If you constantly run out of time for breakfast, keep some hard boiled eggs in your fridge ready to go to get your protein up. Protein shakes are convenient too, but real food is always better.
  6. Rather than using sauces, use herbs and spices to flavour your food. I use a lot of sea salt, cayenne pepper, paprika, and some mixes like peri peri and lemon pepper.
  7. If you aren’t good at eating enough veggies, get a ton of frozen vegetables and use them. Lightly steaming them is best for nutrients and flavour, but microwave them if you don’t have the time.

If you don’t have a meal plan to work with you can download the one below.
Jayson Hunter’s 12 Fat Blasting Meal Plans

Finally I’m starting to get some real energy after being sick for so long! I refuse to believe I’m sick anymore too. At the start of next month I’m aiming to play a game of basketball again. I’ve already started doing some weight training after around 6 months off and 9 kilo’s lost. I’m going to lift weights with my cousin on Saturday morning then get out in the sunshine and enjoy the start of spring with a bike ride along the beach and probably go for a ride on my motorbike too. When you’re sick, you really start to enjoy the simple pleasures in life. I do anyway.

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