There are 3 BIG secrets that helped me lose 50 pounds of fat and keep it off for good. I've passed these secrets onto my coaching clients and it's the biggest reason they've been able to get lean and stay lean as well.

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    9 replies to "3 BIGGEST Secrets To Lose Fat and Keep It Off"

    • Lose Fat Get Jacked

      Are you applying any of these 3 fat loss secrets consistently? For more tips download your FREE guide Lose Fat Get Jacked 👉

    • Darin Hartley

      There is no secret to losing weight it hard work and dieting,with a little bit of suffering,,it’s what it takes to lose weight. There is not even 1 secret let alone 3 brother, I love you I respect, this is just my opinion after being in competive national level bodybuilding.

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Did you watch the video before commenting? I basically echoed what you just said. It’s things people have heard and are aware of. The secret is to actually apply each of these 3 things.

      • Darin Hartley

        @Lose Fat Get Jacked I actually didn’t watch this one yet. I saw the title and figured I’d comment on my out the door. Classic comment before watching move I did.. but I’m glade you agree. Anyway like I said I’ve yeah and u respect you brother .I guilty. soon brother

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        It’s all good brother. I know where you’re coming from and think I’ll do a response video short on the topic of “secrets” tomorrow

    • Daren Bulley

      Great Video. I’ve learned that viewing things this way helps. I have heard other people say, “You can eat as much proteins as you want and never gain fat” “No one gets fat from eating chicken” well, I used to eat three chickens for meals and I didn’t loose fat that way! Learning where satiety is was huge, and to learn this I had to learn to embrace the feeling of going to bed a bit hungry sometimes. I would tell myself to look forward to a big breakfast, but not to eat for the sake of eating. Another huge thing I learned is that flavored seltzer tastes good. I never was a big alcohol drinker, but a few beers while grilling was a must. If I take a glass of iced seltzer with some sliced lemon and lime, or orange and mango or a chunk of watermelon or cucumber, it tastes better than beer, it is way more refreshing and zero calories. If I drink a few glasses of seltzer while cooking I don’t eat as much either, and I am so happy with that. I think that a few beers would lower my inhibitions and after dinner I would eat one more Italian sausage, or burger. (love those sausages!)
      My view on willpower is that I give in to my willpower all the time. My will is to be thin. If the food in question does not help me give in to my will to be thin then I avoid it. (except those chocolate covered almonds – witch are gone now) I am not thin yet, but I’ve lost 53 lbs since January and I am getting there. Anyway a lot of what has worked for me I learned from you so thank you!

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        My brother, I can’t thank you enough for continuing to share your experiences and insights with us. This is a priceless contribution to this discussion my man and I’m certain anyone who reads your comments will benefit from them. I’m so grateful to be sharing this journey with you. Learning and growing together… that’s what this is all about.

    • David B

      Limiting temptation is a big one for me. If it’s not there, I won’t eat it. The problem is with 3 kids, it’s just inevitable that there are chips, pretzels, chocolate, etc. Working hard on not giving in.

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Amen brother. I think back to when I was a kid and my parents always limited the temptations in the house. 1 box of cookies and we each got a row. Once it was gone that was it. We don’t need a bag of chips, pretzels, and chocolate every week. And we can always just buy it the day of rather than have it in the house all week. But yes, learning not to give into those temptations although challenging, is definitely key to long term success

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