Q&A: Does anyone know what this weight loss technique is called?

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Question by : Does anyone know what this weight loss technique is called?
There is a weight loss program. The graph shows a line. It dips down for a short period and comes back up. Does anyone know what this weight loss technique is called? And does anyone know a good program with this?

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Answer by bluestar
You might be confusing that with a workout program that involves various weights and switching around for maximum body building. If you wish to graph weight loss vs. goals, join fitday.com, not for money, and input your weight and goal. Refresh weekly, and you will be able to generate a graph that shows your progress vs. your goal.

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One Response to “Q&A: Does anyone know what this weight loss technique is called?”

  1. Kathryn writes:

    This is called “surcompensation” in french… (I studied this in french)

    Essentially, it means overcompensation. It’s not attributed to any specific plan. All it means is that to have an effective exercise program, you should work until you’re tired, but then give yourself enough time to recuperate. With the proper amount of recuperation, you will also improve. The next time you exercice, you will be less tired, you’ll recuperate again, and then you will improve some more.

    This is how personal trainers plan regiments for their clients. It’s all a matter of finding the right exercises that will work the client, then prescribe enough time to rest, but not too much so that they lose the benifits. And then you make them do it again.

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