There’s so many fad diets out there and none of them work. OK, they may work for a few weeks, even a few months, but you always, always end up back at square one.
Does this sounds familiar?
Having a baby is the most wonderful thing you can do. But I get it. You want your body back.
You’re 100% devoted to being a great mum, partner, friend but you’re now ready to look after yourself.
Below is a list of tips I’ve created after observing hundreds of healthy women and the difference between them and some of our clients who struggle a little.
They eat breakfast, every day.
Mix up your routine to avoid weight-loss plateaus. Muscle mass burns more calories, so include strength-training sessions in every session Add sprinting intervals to your workout to target belly
I hope you’re having a great day and are on track to being a healthier, more confident version of you. We all struggle at times and sometimes, it can seem so tough to stay healthy, but small changes
WEIGHT LOSS AND FITNESS MYTH #1:
Dieting eliminates fat.
Your body can’t discriminate between intentional calorie deprivation (as in a diet) and starvation. When you dramatically reduce your caloric