Author Archives: Brad Dieter

Yes, You Have to Build Nutrition Habits and Pay Attention to Your Nutrition Forever.

Nutrition Habits

The goal with all of our clients is to “graduate” them from coaching. We would love them to stay forever from a business perspective, but really we want our coaching to empower them to control their lives after they leave our coaching. A big piece of this involves building nutrition habits that last for life. […]

Why Your Lowest Weight Isn’t Your Forever Weight. Maintenance Miniseries Part 4

After you stop weight loss and go into maintenance your weight will go up a little bit, and it isn’t body fat. You don’t need to freak out or worry about it. Here is a dirty little secret about fat loss… and it might upset you just a smidge, but you need to hear it. […]

You Need to Change Your Timelines. Maintenance Miniseries Part 3

timelines maintenance

One of the things we try and tell our clients is that we need to mentally separate fat loss from maintenance, especially with regard to your timelines. There are several reasons for this. The first is that the timelines on fat loss and maintenance are way different. Fat loss is measured in weeks or months. […]

What determines whether or not you regain the weight you lost or not? Maintenance Miniseries Part 2

weight regain maintenance

Mini-seres on “maintenance” part 2. What often gets you somewhere, isn’t necessarily what keeps you there. This is something that applies quite heavily to weight loss and the maintenance of weight loss/preventing weight regain. When we think about weight loss there are generally two things that mostly drive whether or not people lose weight: 1) […]

What Do I Do After I Reach My Weight Loss Goal? Maintenance Miniseries Part 1

Maintenance part 1

“What will I do after I reach my weight loss goal?” This is one of the most important questions that people need to ask themselves as they start their weight loss journey because at some point you will have a “life after weight loss” and having the skills, tools, and mindset to live in maintenance […]