A healthy rate at which a person, who is not obese, should be losing weight is between one and three pounds a week. Chris Williams, fitness instructor at O2 Fitness in Charleston, South Carolina, says.
Results are measured by repeating exercises, staying active and consuming good food. Not a single fitness trainer in the world will tell you that you have to starve in order to see results.
Cut back on your portions, yes, but don't stop eating. You need muscles to burn fat, but they won't function properly if they are not nourished.
- Hristina Byrnes, The Active Times