Quick Weight Loss Plan - Follow and Get Slim?

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asked Sep 16, 2019 in 3D Segmentation by alisaprincy (10,120 points)

As many of us have experienced, hitting  Wildfit Review a weight loss plateau is frustrating. You've lost twenty-five pounds and now all of the sudden the scale isn't moving. There can be a few reasons for this, so don't panic. Even though it is called a plateau, it isn't necessarily a bad thing. Imagine yourself as a mountain climber or hiker on an extreme climb or hike. Hitting a plateau is a time when rest and reflection on what has been accomplished so far. Now, of course, you don't want to stay there, but don't freak out if you end up there for a day or two.

Hitting a weight loss plateau may be something as simple as the poundage that was dropping so quickly has simply slowed down and the muscle that has been replacing the fat is now the compensation. This is why so many weight loss experts and consultants recommend staying away from the scales on occasion and going with the tape measure. You may not lose a pound or two during any given week, but the inches you lose may increase. Another great case for making both nutritional and exercise changes to your lifestyle. Weight loss through nutrition alone is good, but increasing strength and endurance is even better.

It also helps control how much loose skin that needs to re-elasticize as the weight is dropped. Muscle is replacing fat and therefore decreases loose skin that has lost it's elasticity for a time because it has been stretched too far. But just like a woman who deals with this issue following pregnancy, your skin will eventually recover. As your muscle increases and fat decreases, you will still begin to look smaller, even if the scale doesn't seem to move much. Pushing past the plateau if it continues, may simply require pushing your cardio exercise to the next level. No need to do anything extreme or increase your time spent, simply increase your speed or level of resistance.


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