Groundbreaking Study Shifts Perception of Weight Loss and Health Improvement
TORONTO, May 29, 2019 – Precision Nutrition, an industry leader in healthy eating and lifestyle coaching, analyzed more than one million client data points to uncover the keys to sustainable body transformation. The insight-rich behavior study asked: How much effort does it take to make meaningful change? The answer: Not as much as you think.
In the study, researchers compared clients’ changes in body weight and waist circumference to how consistent these individuals were at practicing healthy eating and exercise habits. The findings showed that even tiny amounts of effort can result in a profound impact over time.
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“The data doesn’t lie. It’s clear that if you simply get the ball rolling and continue for a year, you can increase fat loss, enhance body composition, and drive self-confidence,” said Brian St. Pierre, Precision Nutrition director of performance nutrition. “With even minimal change to your health and fitness habits, you move better, feel better, sleep better…you improve your heart health and lower your risk for cancer and diabetes. And, you experience a zestier sex drive to boot.”
“The research also showed that the more consistent you are, the better you will feel about life in general,” noted Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon, Precision Nutrition curriculum director. “This is because you see change in your body, such as less pain, more fitness and the ability to do more movements, more easily. You gain positive energy, confidence and resilience after and because you act, not the other way around.”
Precision Nutrition analyzed more than one million data points gathered from 1,000 clients over 12 months. The company studied its client behaviors, as well as performance outcomes in areas such as program compliance, body measurements, and fat loss.
In the Precision Nutrition Coaching program, clients gradually modify their behavior by adopting strategic eating and lifestyle habits and purposeful exercise over the course of a year.
Precision Nutrition Coaching Program: Study Findings
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About Precision Nutrition Coaching
Precision Nutrition Coaching is a scientifically proven body-transformation program. With the support of an expert coach over the period of a year, Precision Nutrition Coaching for Men and Precision Nutrition Coaching for Women guides clients through important and sustainable changes in their eating, exercise and lifestyle. The next opportunity for individuals to sign up for Precision Nutrition Coaching is July 2019. For more information, visit https://www.precisionnutrition.com/precision-nutrition-coaching.
About Precision Nutrition
Precision Nutrition (PN) offers a sustainable, practice-based approach to becoming fitter, getting healthier, and improving performance. As a global leader in providing health and fitness professionals with the education, tools, and coaching they need, over 150,000 coaches in over 140 countries use the PN Level 1 Nutrition Certification to improve client results, and drive business growth. Recognized by leading health and fitness organizations, professional sports teams, Fortune 100 companies, and academic institutions, the PN Level 1 Nutrition Certification is the number one recommended nutrition coaching certification by health, nutrition, and fitness professionals and the leader in customer satisfaction. PN’s portfolio of nutrition education products also include PN Level 2 Master Health Coaching Certification, PN Academy, Specialized Courses and Advanced Certificates, and ProCoach—the company’s proprietary client-management software and behavior-change coaching tool.
The curriculum behind these products is based on PN’s proven coaching approach that has been validated in multiple peer-reviewed studies and used in the real world to help over 100,000 people lose weight, build strength, gain energy, and get in their best shape. For more information, visit www.precisionnutrition.com.
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