Ever wonder why your belly keeps getting bigger even if you’re not overweight?
Sometimes the abdomen increases as a result of a general increase in body weight, sometimes as a result of eating certain foods. To remove your tummy with a minimum of effort, you should determine the cause of its appearance and neutralize it.
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Internships are just one of those things we have to endure at some point in our lives. Like, as much as we’d prefer to spend our summer sleeping in until 11 and tanning until 7, sometimes we’ve gotta suck it up and get our shit together. So, now that we’ve established that we’ll be sitting in a cold, lifeless office 9-5 from Monday through Friday, let’s focus on staying fit while doing so. With the combo of catered intern lunches from Quiznos and the obvious requirement of sitting on your ass all day, it’s not easy to stay skinny all summer. Like, this one job might look good on your resume, but it’s still not worth gaining an extra 20 pounds in two months. Here’s how to avoid getting fat at your internship.
These are the 12 biggest lies you probably still believe about weight loss. There is no one best way to lose weight, but there are a lot of diet and exercise myths when it comes to fat loss. Discover which diet and workout myths have been debunked.
Here are 12 LIES YOU STILL BELIEVE About WEIGHT LOSS.
Back in 2008, Sam Rouen won the third series of ‘The Biggest Loser,’ a reality TV show that pits overweight contestants against each other to see who can lose the highest percentage of body weight for a cash prize.
Aged just 19 at the time, Sam weighed a hefty 154kg when he started on the show, and by the end had lost an amazing 71kg. Now 29 and a fireman, it is clear that he has kept up his good habits since his appearance on the show after releasing a post reflecting on the 10 year period of his incredible transformation.
Many people make New Year’s resolutions, and many people break them, but as you can see from these incredible pictures (https://www.instagram.com/fatgirlfedup/), some people don’t just stick to them. They smash them!
Lexi Reed from Terre Haute, Indiana, weighed 485lbs back in 2016 while her husband Danny tipped the scales at 280lbs. Together they decided to get into shape and just eighteen months later the pair have lost almost 400lbs (28 stone) together!