In my blog last week, I talked about how I experienced some lock down weight gain and how I wanted to give my workout more energy in several ways. This week, I’m talking more on the subject of the pounds I gained and what I’m doing about it on the whole other than focusing on my workouts.
Over the last month or so, I’ve been doing a lot of research for this blog and have come across some amazing science-backed weight loss tips that I’ve been collecting. I was thinking of doing a separate post about each one – and I still might – but for now I feel like they’re much too good to keep to myself. So, you can probably expect me to expand on some – or all – of these in the future, but here is a list of great ones to help get you started. My Favorite 5 Science-Backed Weight Loss Tips from a Month of Research While researching, I probably came across hundreds of tips, but I’ve tried to keep the science-backed weight loss advice separate. That way, at least I know it’s not just a matter of sounding right. It actually has some research to stand behind it. 1 – Read More
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I’ve decided to get started with an 8 week weight loss plan to clean up the extra pounds I’ve gained since the start of the year. I’ve let a few of my good habits slide over the months as my gym had to shut its doors during the lockdown and as I had to adjust my shopping and eating habits to the pandemic ecosystem. Pounds Slowly Climbing On For a while, I thought I wasn’t among the millions of us across the country who were gaining body fat because of all the lifestyle changes. It was a slow climb that I shrugged off as just a pound or two – or even water weight – at the start. But now that it’s been around half a year, I can see that this isn’t just a bit of extra sodium making my tissues retain water. I’ve been gradually working my way Read More