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  1. Ideal_Cooking

    RT @askfitnesscoach: New Post Weight Loss Words No One Wants to Hear //…

  2. Deb

    I’m not much into self-sacrifice but I guess I’d rather sacrifice a little time to working out than possibly make the ultimate sacrifice by having a heart attack!

  3. Chelsea Bush

    Two words hardest for me to hear: “No Doritos.”

    But I have embraced the words “Chiseled” and “Abs.” It seems like a fair trade.

  4. Ryan Sullivan

    Jillian Michaels Fat Burning Pills
    The Cookie Diet
    The Shake Weight
    The Fatkins Diet

    I’m not particularly fond of those words.

  5. Megan

    My question for you is…. I just had a baby 3 months ago, got the okay from the doctor to work out and have been doing so ever since. I have increase my water in take, cut out pop, ice cream, cookies, candy, I eat a lot of protien (we eat a lot of elk meat). I walk every night about 2 miles and take a weight training and pilates class once a week. I have only dropped 5 pounds in the 2 months and am about 50 lbs over weight. What else can I do to drop the weight. I gain 50 lbs which each kid and REALLY don’t want to gain that much with the 3rd. I’m game for anything. My goal weight would be 140, so I’m not asking to much. 🙂

    1. admin

      Start tracking your eating on would be step one. You need to know how many calories you are eating everyday. Sometimes you are eating more calories then you think. Increasing the number of times you weight train every week to 2 or 3 times will help rev-up your metabolism. Doing cardio is great but if you really want to burn calories you would be better off doing some intervals or metabolic circuits instead of just walking. With intervals and metabolic circuits you are going to burn more calories during the workout and for up to 48 hours after.

  6. FitInMyHeart

    RT @askfitnesscoach: New Post Weight Loss Words No One Wants to Hear //…

  7. Bunny Marisol

    What I don’t want to hear is what that stupid woman on that Jenny Craig commercial says: “if you’re in your 50’s and you’re overweight, there’s no hope for you.”

    There’s no hope for me?

    I don’t want to hear that, I don’t believe it, and Jenny Craig can jump in a canoe with Valerie Bertinelli AND that nasty woman who said those words, and float off the edge of the planet.

    There’s no hope for me. THAT’S what I don’t want to hear.

    I’ll show ’em.

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