Suncore Weight-Management University 101


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Welcome to Suncore Weight-Management University 101. This unique curriculum is based on the principles of basic human physiology.

Lose weight It is also based on clinical studies of professional athletes, fitness enthusi- asts, de-conditioned men and women and thousands of over-weight, or we might say, over-fat people throughout the world.


Weight-Management University 101 is knowledge based. You will actually learn, physiologically, how to make a positive change in your body. And, ultimately control your body composition for the rest of your life.


OverfatThat’s right. You will have the tools to control your body composition for the rest of your life!

By learning how your body actually functions in relation to proper nutrition and physical activity — you’ll discover how to efficiently and effectively lose fat, tone muscle, increase your energy, overcome stress, gain confidence and self-esteem.


Yes…! You’ll learn how to become a better feeling, better looking — healthier YOU!


Throughout this course we use the term weight-management only because that is the term most people are used to hearing. However, when we say weight- management, we’re not talking about diets or restricted calories.

No, when we say weight-management, we’re actually referring to “fat- management,” or body-composition. It is the exact same protocol used by winning athletes and successful coaches throughout the world.


So, how did we all gain so much fat..? Early man was not overweight or over-fat. Why? Because they were hunters and gatherers.Lose fat the right wayThey had to move to survive.

They worked all day just to get enough food. And they ate lean meat, fresh fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts. A menu of good healthy food. As we became more civilized, however, weight became a problem.

Society placed more importance on mental power than physical strength — and the sedentary “office job” became the norm. As a result, people generally sat around and gained extra body-fat.

Today, people don’t move much at all. And to make matters worse, we eat prepackaged fast food high in sugars and fat. As a result of this convenient lifestyle, Americans are the fattest society on earth!


Being over-fat is contrary to the way our bodies were designed to function. We have become a “fat storing” society rather than a “fat-burning” one.


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Suncore Weight-Management University 101

  1. 1. Finally... The About Weight-Management Truth
  2. 2.  Conventional diets emphasize weight-loss.weight-loss. Weight-LossWeight-Loss vs.vs. Fat-LossFat-Loss  The keykey to permanent weight-management is understanding the differencedifference between ““weight-loss”weight-loss” and “fat-loss.”“fat-loss.” Why All CommercialWhy All Commercial Diets FailDiets Fail
  3. 3.  Fat is stored energy  Your body will adapt to starvation Physiological FACTSPhysiological FACTS You Can’t Starve Fat..!You Can’t Starve Fat..!  Fat requires oxygenrequires oxygen to be burned  Oxygen requires exerciserequires exercise
  4. 4.  People are genetically differentgenetically different  People live individual lifestylesindividual lifestyles One Size DoesOne Size Does NOTNOT Fit AllFit All PersonalizationPersonalization is theis the KeyKey To Your Success..To Your Success..  Individual food preferencesfood preferences  Individual caloric intake requirementscaloric intake requirements
  5. 5.  9 calories in one gram of fat  3,500 calories = 1 pound of fat Restricted Calorie DietingRestricted Calorie Dieting By the NumbersBy the Numbers The Big Myth...The Big Myth...  3,000 calories = typical American daily intake
  6. 6. The Big Myth...The Big Myth... continuedcontinued
  7. 7.  The body is efficient at storing fat  Most diets don’t include any activity - no oxygen Conventional DietsConventional Diets Lose Muscle... Not Fat!Lose Muscle... Not Fat!  Easier to convert muscle into energy  Conventional diets starve muscle Faulty in Design....Faulty in Design....
  8. 8.  Restricted calories = StarvationStarvation  Restricted calories = Hormonal ImbalancesHormonal Imbalances Conventional DietsConventional Diets Can Cause Damage!Can Cause Damage!  Restricted calories = Compromised Immune SystemCompromised Immune System  Restricted calories = Agitated Nervous SystemAgitated Nervous System It Gets Even Worse..!It Gets Even Worse..!
  9. 9.  Age: 40  Body-Fat: 24% A Typical DieterA Typical Dieter  Height: 6’ 1”  Weight: 200 lbs Meet Joe DieterMeet Joe Dieter  Daily Caloric Intake: 3,000  Two Big Meals per day PhysicalPhysical Characteristics Characteristics
  10. 10.  Calorie intake reduced to 2,000 per day Typical Dieter: 2 WeeksTypical Dieter: 2 Weeks Restricted Calorie ProtocolRestricted Calorie Protocol  Results: Weight drops to 190 in just 2 weeks  Symptoms: Metabolic rate declines / sluggish
  11. 11.  Calorie intake cut to 1,500 per day Typical Dieter: 5 WeeksTypical Dieter: 5 Weeks ““Plateau Busters Program”Plateau Busters Program”  Results: Weight drops to 180  Symptoms: requires sleep / sluggish / headaches  Cravings: sugars and fat
  12. 12.  Results = 170 lbs after 10 weeks Typical Dieter Results: 10 WeeksTypical Dieter Results: 10 Weeks What Happened..?What Happened..?  Body-fat = 22%  Lost 30 lbs  Lost 2% body-fat Post Diet Stats: Post Diet Stats: Program Results: Program Results:
  13. 13.  Age: 41 Typical Dieter:Typical Dieter: 11 Year LaterYear Later It Got Worse...It Got Worse...  Weight: 203 lbs  Body-fat: 32%  Calorie intake: 2,000 1,0001,000 lessless calories than last year!calories than last year!
  14. 14.  Old: You must conform to our program Concept of IndividualityConcept of Individuality Different Philosophies...Different Philosophies...  New: Our program will conform to YouYou
  15. 15.  Height You are Unique!You are Unique! Physical CharacteristicsPhysical Characteristics  Weight  Gender  Ethnicity  Age  Body-fat  Stress  Genetics
  16. 16. NutritionNutrition Elements of IndividualityElements of Individuality ExerciseExercise SupplementationSupplementation * (optional)
  17. 17. NutritionNutrition  Calorie Requirements  Metabolism Individual Mechanisms...Individual Mechanisms...
  18. 18. NutritionNutrition Protein Carb Fat * Often indicated by food preferences...* Often indicated by food preferences...
  19. 19. ExerciseExercise - American Medical Association - Council on Scientific Affairs 1991
  20. 20.  Aerobic exercise Anaerobic exercise  Fat requires oxygen to be burned  Oxygen results from exercise ExerciseExercise
  21. 21. Why Supplement?Why Supplement?  Cooking / Heat  Pesticides / Chemicals  Modified animal feed Modern technologyModern technology depletes foods through:depletes foods through:  Genetically altered foods
  22. 22. How to Achieve Your GoalsHow to Achieve Your Goals  Focus on fat-lossfat-loss instead of weight loss  Discover more about how your body worksyour body works  Learn more about foods - become an expertexpert  Design a menu for YOUR body’s needsYOUR body’s needs
  23. 23. How to Achieve Your GoalsHow to Achieve Your Goals  Retain a fitness expertfitness expert  Design an exercise programexercise program around YOUYOU  Exercise at least 4 days4 days per week  Chart YOUR progressYOUR progress - every day!
  24. 24. How to Achieve Your GoalsHow to Achieve Your Goals  Learn about Nutritional SupplementsNutritional Supplements  Take only that which you need. Food first!Food first!  Be ConsistentConsistent
  25. 25. How to Achieve Your GoalsHow to Achieve Your Goals TakeTake Make the healthy lifestyle commitment for a Lifetime! Action!Action!
  26. 26. Thank You...!Thank You...!