Kickass Weekend Habits to Adopt πŸ“† for People Who Want to Lose 20 Lbs in a Month ⏳ ...

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It doesn't matter how hard you try to stick to your routine.

You've been really good about eating those greens and knocking back those smoothies like they're going out of style all week.

You even managed to drag yourself to yoga class even though it left your legs feeling like jelly.

But once the weekend rolls around, everything flys out of the window.

Goodbye mountain pose and hello mimosas!

Why is it that all it takes is just one brunch to mess up our #bodygoals plans?2

It's almost like we spend so much time, money and effort into eating right, only to put a wrench in our progress.

If this sounds like you, here are surefire ways to shed those poundsβ€”and keep them off.

1. Your Fitness Squad πŸ’ͺ is Your Biggest Resource

Studies have shown that you're more likely to lose weight when someone else is holding you accountable.

Having a gym buddy will keep you motivated and force you to hit your fitness goals.

If you don't already have one, you should check out different Facebook groups where you can trade weight loss secrets.

2. Speaking of Friends, Redefine Your Hangouts

Instead of sticking to your usual routine of a movie and dinner, why not switch things up?

Organize a get together at the gym or go hiking.

A squad that sweats together, slays together πŸ‘πŸ™ŒβœŒοΈ.

#FitFam

3. Plan around Your Cheat Meal 🍽

If you know that you're going out with friends or your special guy later in the day, make sure you eat a balanced breakfast.

This will curb any guilt you have over ordering that dessert that was just too delicious to turn away.

This is the best way to get your eat on without ruining your diet.

4. Plan Your Order Ahead of Time βœ”οΈ

This follows the same concept as the above tip.

Check out the online menu for that new place down the street *before* you head out.

Not only will it save you time, you'll also feel less tempted to order more food just because your friend does.

Shake off the Stress That Follows You 24/7 and Make Room for Some Quality Me-time
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