Folsom, CA, November 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In order to lose weight fast women need to be in the right frame of mind. That's according to rapid fat loss expert Val Fujii. He believes too many women enter into a fitness plan without mentally preparing for it first.
Fujii explains, "Quick weight loss is possible. Every woman knows that. But the challenge is keeping the pounds and inches off. And that takes the right mental attitude and social support." Fujii went on to say, "I've worked with hundreds of women who want to lose weight fast, but the most successful ones - the ones who keep the weight off - are the ones who have the correct mental disposition before starting."
The fitness expert recommends the following three mindset tips for permanent weight loss:
1. Surround yourself with the right people - People need to understand they will need to make some different lifestyle choices to keep the weight off. And that may very well mean not be able to socialize with others who can be a negative influence.
2. Don't expect it to be easy - While losing weight doesn't have to be a chore, those seeking quick weight loss need to come to grips with the fact that it is going to take effort. Anything worth doing never is. Accept the fact there will be some tough times ahead. That is why it is so important to be surrounded by positive people. They are supportive when obstacles begin to mount.
3. Don't expect the rapid fat loss results to last forever - When starting a fitness plan for weight loss many women see dramatic results instantly. But Fujii preaches in his programs, women need to shift their focus from short-term losses to long-term results. Permanent lifestyle changes need to be made to prevent the unwanted fat from coming back.
Val Fujii, NASM CPT, PES, is the owner of Superwomen Boot Camp and is a local Folsom and El Dorado Hills fitness professional. He is available for interviews or to discuss other story ideas related to women weight loss and fitness. He can be reached at 916-337-4780 or via email at SuperwomenBootCamp@gmail.com. For even more information please visit www.SuperwomenBootCamp.com.