Making fat loss happen: Realistic goal setting, healthy habit formation, and strategies for effective dieting

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Most of us know how to lose weight, but for many the struggle is in getting ourselves to be consistent enough in our eating and training practices to run successful fat loss diets and achieve sustainable changes. Setting up realistic, achievable goals according to the trade-offs we are willing to make is a great starting point. Within the diet, creating good, healthy habits that will carry over into maintenance phases is critical in preventing yo-yo dieting and dysfunctional food relationships. Finally, some strategies, mental games, and personal habit formation tracking can make the entire process easier. I will discuss all of these strategies and tips within the context of fat loss diets and maintaining weight following fat loss.

Dr. Melissa Davis

Dr. Melissa Davis holds a PhD in Neurobiology and Behavior and has 10 years of research experience. Her work has been featured in Scientific American, published in high impact, peer reviewed journals, and recognized by faculty of 1000. She has made a lifelong scientific-hobby of studying sport science and is a life-long athlete and scholar. She has co-authored three books on diet and recovery with Renaissance Periodization and has been invited and spoken at diet and training seminars in Scandanavia, mainland Europe, the UK, Singapore, and Australia as well as across the US. Melissa is currently a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Giva Santana at One Jiu Jitsu, and is a multiple time IBJJF Master World Champion. She has also represented the United States in the international Abu Dhabi World Pro Competition on multiple occasions.

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