3 Mistakes New Mothers Make When Trying To Lose Weight

Posted on: 23 February 2016

If you are about to have a child or have recently given birth, one of the things you might be concerned about is losing weight in order to feel more like your pre-pregnancy self. While some women easily lose weight after a pregnancy, many women find it difficult to lose weight and keep the weight off. If you want to get slim after giving birth, you need to make sure you avoid these three common mistakes that many women make.
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3 Tips For Making Meal Planning Successful

Posted on: 16 December 2015

Meal planning can be 100% successful if you are willing to commit to it. However, there are certain ways that you can go about meal planning that can make it an easier and more enjoyable experience for you. This article will discuss 3 tips for making meal planning successful. Have One Day A Week That You Do A Large Amount Of Your Cooking When it comes to meal planning, it is a good idea to do a large amount of your prep work on one or two days each week.
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How To Lose Fat Without Losing Lots Of Muscle

Posted on: 24 September 2015

If you want to lose weight, then make sure you're not also losing too much muscle. If you diet improperly, then the odds are you will starve your body and not get the results you want. You might end up with the same percentage of body fat as you currently have.  The ideal situation is to follow a routine that will help you shed the fat while keeping some muscle. Here are a few things you should that will prevent you from ending up "
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Two Reasons Why You Think Your Athletic Performance Is Suffering (And Why You Might Be Wrong)

Posted on: 31 August 2015

If a personal trainer is guiding you towards your fitness goals, you know that your weight and your speed can both serve as helpful indicators of your overall progress. When you gain weight or your running times slow, however, you may wonder whether or not your results are reflecting your hard work.  Even though weight gain and slower times can both indicate diminished fitness, this is not always the case. Here is why.
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