Whether they want to admit it or not: fat loss is on everyone's New Years resolution list. No matter where you are in your health journey, there's always room for improvement. Here's our tips for overall fat loss, and for a leaner and meaner you.
If your diet needs improvement, you have to put in the work. And a low calorie, highly processed diet is NOT the answer. Opt for real ingredients, and real food. If you can't pronounce the grocery list of ingredients on the label, don't do it. 100 calories of processed fake food will leave you feeling bloated and gassy, and that's not hot. Choose the 250 calorie snack option instead that is made of real ingredients, like greek yogurt and 1/4 cup of berries. The options are endless. Need some ideas? Check out our January nutrition plan below.
Pick some form of physical exercise that works for your body. There is something out there for you. Yoga, running, pilates, barre, crossfit, etc. Although it can be intimidating to be the newbie, you'll soon become a seasoned regular.
Temptations are completely in your control. You have to know your personality and what works best. If you are someone who can't have just one, have none. If you can have one and be done, be done. Also, go out for your treat meals, don't keep them in your pantry. If you want an ice cream cone, go out and get one and enjoy. Keeping the pint in the freezer is not necessary.
There are lots of communities out there that you can join to help you achieve your goals. Women supporting women is one of the strongest forces out there, so don't go it alone. Need fitness advice? Consult our IFBB bikini pro. Need some nutrition advice? Consult our Nutritional Consultant. Do your research and talk to the experts.
Finally, don't make excuses for yourself or your progress. Make the time, adjust your schedule, ask for help, reevaluate your priorities. You got this.
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