So Ive been hanging around 190 for the last, oh, month or so. I eat better, no loss. I eat worse, no gain.
I guess this is my plateau?
Now that the weather is better I am going to start walking. However I have mobility issues. So I am going to give it a try and hope for the best. I guess I will start with a half a mile on Monday
How'd it go?
Make sure to buy yourself good supportive shoes. My god walking consistently can be hard on your joints if you don't have supportive shoes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB74X92vCacDr Mike is great. He's one of my favorite fitness nerds. His advice is often a little boring because it's mostly well established studies and stuff, but he's really good in these types of videos.
Pretty good video from one of the best fitness youtubers out there, Renaissance Periodization, on dieting. Has a lot of good tips and tricks in there that aren't based in a bunch of fads.
Just weighed in. Down 10lbs in 9 weeks. This is probably the most healthy pace for a cut that I've ever done. I'm not really doing it to prepare for anything, which helps a lot. For my build, this is still a really solid pace though.
Just walked a mile. Now that summer is over I plan to do this every weekend day.
I would also recommend getting some dumbbells. I have some 8 pounders. Even if I'm feeling kinda lazy, I can sit there and watch TV while I lift some weights. Every little bit counts
I have bands and dumbbells I just stop using. I think I will start using my bans again since I have no clue where my dumbbells are. But would that help us lose weight ?
If you aren't going HEAVY into building muscle, lifting weights consistently helps you drop body fat for sure. You will notice maybe you aren't dropping weight as much, but you will lose inches