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Today I want to talk about body “set point” theory. There are two trains of thought on Set Point theory. 1. You cannot under any circumstances change your genetic set point and that’s where your body will always live. 2. With patience, you can change your set point up or down the weight line. So a body set point is the weight your body wants to live at. Your body doesn’t like changing and leaving its homeostasis. This is why weight loss can be difficult or weight gain in some cases too (trust me here for those with crazy high metabolisms). So some people believe that you have a set point and it won’t change. Even if you lose weight, you’ll just gain it back because your body wants to be there. I’m a believer that you can change your body’s set point. You just need to be patient. If you’re 70 lbs overweight, deciding to lose those 70lbs in 4 months will not help you change your set point, because that is drastic and your body will fight back. However, if you’re 200lbs and you decide in the next 2-3 months, I want to lose 5-10% of my current body weight (10-20lbs) and that’s my first goal. Typically you’ll aim for between .5 and 1.5lbs per week lost (averaged out as weight loss is never linear). Once you hit that goal. Instead of dropping immediately into the next deficit and try and break through a plateau, you aim to stay at that weight and maintain that intuitively for the next 3-4 months. Typically they say to keep your metabolism healthy and truly change your set point, you need to spend as long if not longer in maintenance as you do in a deficit. You also need to be patient. In those 3-4 months maintenance you continue to be active and continue resistance training to the point where you might see slight body composition changes, but your weight will stay within a +/- 5lb change. -continued in comments-