Ugh, I hate that word... "dieting." It literally has the word "die" in it! By no means do you need to "die-t" to lose weight. And, sorry to spill the beans, most of those d-word strategies end in the exact opposite - either stalling progress all together or setting you up for weight gain rebound. There are a couple other (more helpful) reasons I don't like the idea of a "diet." It assumes that the changes you're making will be temporary. It usually sets you up on a meal plan that SHOULD only be temporary. It asks you to includes absurd amounts of cardio or exercise in general. It sometimes includes some sort of "meal replacement," supplement, or magic pill.
There's no shortage of glitzy, colorful, meticulous meal prep photos across Pinterest and Instagram. They're beautiful, but they can also be misleading and disheartening. It takes time and a whole lot of money to create that much variety. And, this sort of prep isn't always doable for anyone with a busy schedule and tight budget. Money and time are the two biggest excuses I've heard when it comes to not creating healthier habits. And they may sound perfectly legitimate in your head when you haven't been exposed to other options. Cue my dramatic entrance. I'm not letting you get away with those excuses anymore, sista! I will show you quicker and more affordable ways to prep meals for the week
Are you struggling to lose weight? Feeling constantly fatigued? Dealing with sleep irregularities? You may be making one or more of these 4 metabolic mistakes! https://youtu.be/IAkNBcoj_20 It can be really frustrating to feel like you’re doing everything “right,” but not see results. I hope you can take comfort in knowing you’re not alone. I’ve been there and so many other women have too. One of the Life in Spandex ladies, Sarah, put it really well. She said, “I’ve always felt like I should be paid to workout I do it so much, but unfortunately I never felt like my body was reflecting all of my hard work.” Let’s get one thing straight. You are not broken. There are plenty
Aesthetic goals are fun. It's encouraging to see our bodies change when we're working so hard to build muscle and lose body fat. However, sometimes these goals come a lot slower than we like. This can be very discouraging, especially if you set out on your fitness journey with the idea of making visible changes. Giirrllll, this is no reason to give up! We NEED to exercise for our general health. Put flat abs and a perky booty in the back of your mind. Today, we're talking about the physical changes from exercise you can't see and the damaging affects that can happen if you don't get your body moving. 1. Improve posture and reduce pain. Your mom was onto
No matter how much it's discussed, there's always some confusion around the best type of cardio to be doing for fat loss. And, it makes sense. It seems like every other article you read claims a different type of cardio to be your ticket to lower body fat. In reality, a combination of proper nutrition, cardio, and strength training is the equation to a healthy body. But the question is still valid - what type of cardio is best for fat loss? In order to understand the answer to this question, I want to give you a basis to the two types of cardio - aerobic and anaerobic. Some research suggests that there is a certain heart rate range that