The SMART Technique Review
What You Should Know
The SMART Technique creators claim they can help overweight individuals lose weight in through just thirty minutes everyday. The program consists of three main steps: 1) figuring out what habits are causing you to gain weight and keep that weight on, 2) deciding, based on those bad habits you’ve discovered, what good habits you need to implement into your life, and 3) listening to the messages on the SMART Technique which, supposedly, use psychological tools to help you change your habits.
Essentially, the SMART Technique system seems to operate off of one simple premise. Weight gain comes as a result of bad habits and weight loss comes as a result of replacing those bad habits with good ones. The SMART Technique seeks to provide dieters with the tools needed to recognize the bad habits and the psychological impetus needed to change them. However, many experts may debate whether anyone can achieve notable results through psychological means alone.
List of Ingredients
According to the company website, the SMART Technique generally retails for $239 but currently is available in 6 monthly payments of $19.99 for a total of $119.94. This price includes all five parts of the Smart program: 1) a CD of special mental exercises to help boost mental progress, 2) Ten 30 minute programs, 3) The option to contact a specialist for help, 4) A set of books and quizzes to help dieters discover what their own bad habits are, 5) Another set of books to help dieters decide how to change those bad habits.
The SMART Technique operates off of the premise that bad habits require a internal change. Although this believe has some truth, interested dieters will want to practice caution before purchasing the dieters. No weight loss can happen through the mind alone. Forcing yourself to eat right and exercise often, even when you don’t want to, is imperative to achieving maximum weight loss. Dieters considering the Smart Technique program should make decisions carefully and, at the very least, use the SMART Technique in conjunction with a carefully planned diet and exercise routine rather than the primary part of their weight loss program.