Sustainable weight loss habits are really the gold standard we’re all looking for when we’re determined to drop the unwanted pounds. Some secret technique meant to cause rapid fat burning sounds appealing, but we all know that it won’t be long before we see the return of whatever was lost. That’s why it’s important to use techniques you’ll be able to keep up over time.
I just got back from the grocery store, so weight loss on a budget is definitely on my mind at the moment. Food prices are insane right now! Especially the healthy ones. Sure, I could subsist on the cheaper foods if I was committing to a no-nutrient diet, but the ingredients I’m used to relying on are absolutely ridiculous at the moment. So, while I should have been focusing on my grocery list, I’ve actually been tallying on to help to keep nutrition and diet affordable.
Joe and I have slightly different opinions on healthy weight loss and diet pill use. His intention was to write about that this week, and he started asking me a slew of questions on the subject. It wasn’t long before we agreed that it made sense for me to pop on here for this week’s post and write it myself. I’m not a blogger, so please be kind with the comments you leave him on social.
Sleeping and weight loss are connected. There’s no doubt about it. So, while it might not sound like a usual thing for a personal trainer to recommend, one of the primary components of any strategy I recommend includes advice to prioritize quality rest.