1 - Click in to your fitness and weight loss goals every couple weeks, even if you don't change anything.
It may seem counterintuitive, but if you've increased your exercise you have very likely put on muscle and will need to eat MORE in order to lose weight. Clicking into the goal pages will prompt the nutrition tracker to adjust your daily calories accordingly. Worked for me every time I felt like I'd hit a "plateau."
2 - Exercise less.
I know. Also pretty counterintuitive. But it can help.
I really, truly hate most exercise. Getting me to go do it is like having to poke myself with a pointy stick to goad myself into going. So, instead of shooting for a 30 minute workout, I shoot for 10 to 15 minutes. This is an amount that I can manage without feeling miserable.
So, if you're having trouble with the exercise thing, it may help to try to shoot for less time on a more consistent basis instead of trying to make yourself go for longer periods and then dreading it.
3 - Track, track, track, track ....
Not just food and calories, but also activity. I learned way back when I was doing Weight Watchers to track EVERY physical activity I did. Housework. Gardening. Yard work. Shopping. Playing with the kids/pets. You name it. It all adds up, so make sure you track it!
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