there is a number of things can could be going wrong. most of the time we see this, where people follow low fat eating plans exercise all the time but rarely seem to lose any weight. it has to come from a combination of weight training, cardio exercise but more importantly nutrition. i can let you know all the things you need to do and then you decide on whether you are doing them or not.
firstly weight train twice a week, covering your full body with compund exercises. exercises that use more than one msucle group at one time. like leg press, cable seated row, seated chest press, lat pulldown and a plank. make sure you have 24hr gap between your weight training. now if you are doing all hard cardio, simply stop it now and focus on low to moderate exercise, with a heart rate around 120BPM. like a paced walk. now with your nutrition, you should be looking at how much carbohydrate, protein and fat you are in taking. try to have 20g of carbs at breakfast, morning tea and lunch, like burgen bread sandwich 15g in the afternoon tea like 4 vitawheat biscuits and 5g from green veg at night. make sure you have meat at every meal and fat from good or essential omega 3 and 6 like fish. yes thats right, make sure you are eating every 3 hours. if you have breakfast at around 9 then you will more likely just get 4 meals, dont worry just eat every 3 hours. prior to cardio exercise eat 2 hours before. try that, even give me a call anytime and i can quickly have a chat over the phone 9634 8639
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