5 Effective Daily Habits to Put Fat Loss on Autopilot
Forget dieting, tracking calories, or hard-core workouts
Dieting works. Tracking calories works. Hard-core workouts work — but only in theory.
Because fat-loss is much more mental than physical.
Sticking to a stringent calorie-deficit diet and a hard training regimen for 8–12 weeks will make the fat melt off.
But it’s the “sticking to” part that most fail with — you either give up too early or go off track once your willpower wears out.
This is where daily habits come in — while the results will be slower, they will be surer.
Also, since habits are repetitive, not only will you lose fat easily but also effortlessly keep it off.