All the Tricks 🔮 You Need to Lose One ☝🏼 Pound a Week ⚖️ ...


Since one pound is equivalent to 3500 calories;

to lose 1 pound a week, break it down to creating a deficit of just 500 calories daily.

If you make small changes in your daily life, this will add up to make a big difference on the scale and help you to ultimately meet your goal.

Simple things like a 30 minute workout, eliminating cheese, ditching the sugar drinks, becoming more active and tracking your steps can help you to lose at least one pound a week.2

And you will slim down and get in your very best shape this year!

1. 30 Minute Workout

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Depending upon your weight and the intensity of your workout you can burn between 250-350 calories in 30 minutes.

If you weight more, you will burn more calories.

And high intensity workouts do expend more energy equating to more calories burned.

So make the most of every possible fitness moment and use this trick to help you to lose one pound every single week.

2. Lowering or Eliminating Cheese

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Lowering your intake of cheese can lower your cholesterol, lower your fat intake and help you to slim down.

This is a step in the direction of helping you to lose your one pound weekly goal.

So kick that cheese to the curb, your goals are way more important!

3. Give up Your Sugar Drink

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Your sugar laden drink can be contributing between 250-600 calories to your daily intake and completely sabotaging your slim down plan in the process.

So swap out your sugary drink for water with a splash of lemon.

This is refreshing and will help you to reach your one pound weekly weight loss goal.

4. Taking the Stairs

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Taking just several stairs a day can help you to burn 100 calories and will be a step in the process of helping you to burn your 500 calorie daily goal!

Get climbing!

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