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Non-scale victories - how to track your weight without a scale There's no doubt that we tie our weight loss progress to the scale. And when we don't see any progress happening, it can be
With every new year I always find myself saying the same thing..."This will be the year I get back in shape". To be quite honest, it was. I was so excited for a Planet Fitness to open up right down the street from my job. I quickly got into a routine of visiting almost every single day after work (5 days a week). Then good 'ole quarantine decided to come around and throw a wrench in the road-- but alas, I have figured out a way to stay healthy and happy during this time of uncertainty. So if…
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You can tell you are in a man’s dwelling if there's a 2-in-1 shampoo and body wash in their shower. Jokes aside, isn't it ironic that women can leave hundreds of dollars at a hair salon only to come back home and hear their hubby say, "I can't tell the difference," while men can get a $40 haircut and have a full glow-up transformation? Male haircuts are pretty much the equivalent of women's makeup. You sure looked good before, but damn, you look snatched now!
50 People Who Decided To Drastically Change Their Lives And Are Now Motivating The Internet (New Pics)
The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) reported that nearly 1 in 3 US adults are overweight. More than 2 in 5 adults have obesity. Meanwhile, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, almost half (49.1 percent) of adults have made an effort to lose weight.
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Katerina Vasiliadis, 48, from Sydney, once tipped the scales at a staggering 138kg. She reveals how seeing her body without clothing at its heaviest was the motivation she needed to finally change.
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Weight loss can often feel like an uphill battle, especially if you are told to run up a hill by your trainer, but the rewards can be life-changing. Harsh seasons, busy schedules, and everyday stress can be used as excuses to put off taking the first steps towards shedding those extra pounds. But if you stick to your routine and always compliment yourself on your accomplishments, it really isn't so hard to keep up with a healthy weight loss program.
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