It’s not difficult to lose weight. The difficulty is in doing it healthily & sustainably. With the HPC Weight Loss Model © clients experience just that.
Utilize (your body) fat for energy while you lose weight instead of feeling tired and slow
Sleep better, become more stress resilient and be a better person to be around
Increase the amount and flow of energy to your brain to perform better at work and in life
Most people don’t realize their weight is more problematic than they think. Clients usually are surprised to hear that they are officially within the obese category. As was this client.
Over the course of several months we were able to lower her weight and move towards the average category.
As we created the right foundation through deep coaching, applied cutting edge weight loss science and new habits that fitted her everyday life, results kept improving.
In the end this client moved from obese, to average to fitness level within the course of a few months and continued to improve after the program.
Interested to read more about what you can achieve as well?
Clients always come to me with the goal to lose weight. However, after a few questions it’s clear that the loss of muscle is not preferred (even though most diets tend to have this effect).
Compare your body to a car and look at your muscles like the engine. Before the weight loss you’re a big American V8, however, while you lose weight (and muscles) your engine shrinks to a tiny city car. As soon as you’re fed up with starving yourself, you revert to your old diet and fill up your gas tank like you did with that big engine. Slowly, you’ll put that extra gas in the jerry cans in your ‘trunk‘.
Because we’ll apply the latest weight loss science clients lose weight, without muscle loss or even gain muscles.
The result: a smaller car with a big engine.
Weight loss or improved health are usually the topics that clients come to me with. Clearly, I help them achieve these goals, however, when we work together the impact tends to be much broader.
When I start to work with someone, I ask them to rate their lives on various aspects. When the program finishes, I ask them the same questions.
However, I also ask: how would you rate your old situation with the knowledge you gained after the program?
It’s interesting to see that clients tend to report that they overestimated their old situation. For example: they believed they slept very well, until they understood how much better they can sleep after we got to work.
Pick a time-slot and schedule a free (voice or video) call. If we feel that we have the right ‘click’ we’ll make a plan to get started. If not, we shake (virtual) hands and part ways.