Believing in yourself is crucial to weight-loss success. But your peer group can make a big difference, too. Once you've committed to losing that baby weight, it's time to turn your attention to the people around you.
What if you could eat more food, but ingest fewer calories and fats? What if you could go through the day feeling full and satisfied so you could sit down to healthy meals without feeling deprived? It's possible if you eat the right foods first.
Meal replacement and energy bars were originally designed for endurance athletes who need easily digestible food with lots of carbohydrates. But marketing has brought the nutrition bar habit to everyone.
This week we'll accelerate your weight loss. How? Exercise, diet, and attitude, of course. More specifically: interval training, rewarding yourself (with things other than food!), and understanding the dangers lurking in nutrition bars.
If you've been sticking with a weight loss and exercise program for more than two months, you're developing great habits. Now here's some help from BabyZone's fitness experts on keeping habits from becoming ruts.
To lose weight and improve fitness, you need to focus on three things: exercise, diet, and attitude. Here's how to get your mind in gear, and keep your gear in mind! Fitness experts Deborah Bohn and Amy Cotta guide you through the process.
Exercise, diet, and attitude will all play into your success in losing weight after having a baby (even if that baby is 5 years old by now!). This week, we've got tips on purposeful eating and healthy recipes for weight loss.
Give the scale a rest, ladies. Really! Get more great advice from fitness experts Deborah Bohn and Amy Cotta to keep you on track in your quest to lose those pounds left over from your last pregnancy, and get fit!
Let's boost that booty! Our fitness experts give you new tips to help you lose weight (hint: drink water), firm up your behind (hint: get out the resistance bands), and break through any plateaus in your progress.
We're getting down to the core of your diet and fitness success, in two ways. One is strengthening your midsection (your "core"), the other is making exercise and meal and snack planning core to your every day routine.
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