Exercise "tipping point": Myth or reality? (please respond!)
Saturday, July 31, 2010
In "The Spark" (p. 31), Chris talks about an exercise "tipping point." Basically, this means that in the beginning, you have to put in lots and lots of effort to see very small results. But Chris says that at some point, this equation reverses and you start to see more results relative to the amount of effort you put in.
To me, this means that eventually it won't feel like my body refuses to respond to my new lifestyle. That it will wake up one day and start showing changes relative to my new habits.
Does this "tipping point" really exist? Has anyone ever experienced it? I'm desperately hoping so... Has anyone else experienced alot of struggle to lose weight in the beginning and then, eventually, your body started to 'catch on' and lose weight?