Don’t Make These Common Weight Loss & Nutrition Mistakes! Weight Loss

Don’t Make These Common Weight Loss & Nutrition Mistakes! #weightloss Weight Loss

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Cycling can be a great way to lose weight and stay fit, but it can be difficult to balance your nutrition whilst losing weight. With their years of experience as professional cyclists, Manon and Conor have learnt how to balance a healthy diet whilst improving on the bike. They give you their weight loss and nutrition mistakes to avoid.

0:00 – Intro
0:30 – You Can’t Out-Train A Bad Diet
1:11 – Too Much Of A Good Thing Can Be Bad!
2:10 – Don’t Look For Shortcuts
3:02 – Cutting Back Too Much
4:28 – Food Isn’t A Reward
5:24 – Fuel To Recover

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19 thoughts on “Don’t Make These Common Weight Loss & Nutrition Mistakes! Weight Loss”

  1. Using food as a reward …. guilty as charged. Definitely something I need to work on this year by cutting down on the cappuccino and cheesecake after my rides.

  2. Whenever I have pushed it too hard and not eaten properly I get cold sores and swollen glands. That takes a week to recover from and get back to normal

  3. Friend: “-You shouldn’t eat so many cookies!”
    Me: “-Why not? They are a very important part of a balanced diet!!”
    Thank you GCN!!❤❤❤❤

  4. The most important thing Is being clear about your goals, if you want to go faster, further, harder etc. Then replacing calories burnt as you ride and after (AKA fueling) is a necessity, if weight loss is your goal then “fueling” to the same extent makes the whole ride a bit of a boondoggle you may as well go on an un-fueled shorter ride (or stay home and eat lettuce LOL) If you want to do both then you need find a balance where you fuel enough to keep going but still finish in a deficit.
    Seems like a no-brainer but I’ve met people out on the road/trails that are riding to “get fit and lose weight” with their pockets stuffed with bars and gels because they have seen the pros/racers do it. I put on a a few pounds over Xmas (which I expected and allowed myself) so I’ll be doing a few sub 50 km un-fueled rides a week through January and putting myself in a slight deficit.

  5. Good morning GCN 🇬🇧

    It’s 4am and I’m back with you and on the indoor trainer yet again. Day 5 of the New Year.

    Yes indeed, a philosophy to live by… food is fuel… food is medicine. That’s how I live.

    Oh, for sure, at my age (I’m 57), I’ve made quite a lot of nutritional mistakes over the years. But common sense goes a long way to correcting those mistakes.

    Proper training.
    Proper nutrition.
    Proper rest (sleep).

    A balanced life, like a balanced diet, is what we need to stay healthy and happy. Unfortunately, in our modern, money hungry, market society, where we’re often forced to work long hours just to pay our way through life, finding that balance takes a bit of logistics strategy. But it’s not impossible.

    I love your brilliant videos. Much love to you both!!!
    Mark Andrews
    St Louis USA 🇺🇸

  6. For the average Joe or Jo, eating more vegetables is probably the best place to start. Most of us don’t eat enough of them and if you’re only going to make one change, this will give you the most bang for your buck.

  7. All those refined carbohydrates in the cycling gels, bars, and drinks can’t be good for anybody. Eat good food (homegrown vegetables, fruit, and eggs is nice), get good daily exercise, and excellent sleep.

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