close Video Jenna Jameson on battling 'loose skin' after weight loss Jenna Jameson isn't done showing off her weight loss. JENNA JAMESON SHOWS OFF KETO DIET WEIGHT LOSS, IS 'IN AWE' OF HER BODY The keto diet enthusiast posted more before-and-after shots on Instagram this week and shared advice on how to avoid and overcome weight loss plateaus. "I have hit several periods of zero movement on the scale. This is normal! Our body goes through ebb and flows with hormones, water weight, and frankly, having to poop," she wrote on Instagram Monday. "But what do you do if you don’t see progress for weeks or even months? Well, here’s what I do. First, I cut dairy. Dairy can be problematic for people because they overdo it! Cut it and it usually kickstarts weight loss again. Intermittent fasting will definitely help you over a plateau. My fasting schedule is quite simple... I eat hearty, healthy keto meals from 11am -6pm. Then I fast. It’s important to listen … [Read more...] about Jenna Jameson flaunts keto diet weight loss in workout gear
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HUFFPOST PERSONAL 01/25/2019 09:00 am ET By Latoya Shauntay Snell, Guest Writer Last year, I completed two 50Ks and four marathons ― three of which were done within a two-month span. And just a week before I participated in the New York City Marathon, I also completed my first 100K ― the Javelina Jundred event in the Arizona desert, which involves running roughly 62 miles. This year I signed up for 10 marathons and a 50-miler, and I intend on running in my first 100-miler. Still, despite earning over 100 finisher medals and completing close to 200 running, cycling and obstacle course racing events over a span of five years, the internet police continue to remind me to lose some weight. I’m an unapologetic 5’3, 242-pound road and trail ultra runner from Brooklyn sponsored by HOKA ONE ONE running shoe company, and I am continuously fat-shamed. On Jan. 3, I posted a video on my Instagram account of my fitness regimen. … [Read more...] about I’m Running 10 Marathons This Year And I Still Get Fat-Shamed. Here’s My Response.
Jared Holsopple knows all about yo-yo dieting. He did it twice – going from 280 pounds to 205 back in college, and from 340 to 270 pounds three years ago, gaining all but 10 of those pounds back by late 2017. Both times, the weight went back on after initial success plateaued, his work and home demands intensified, and poor eating and exercise habits resurfaced. Last year, he rediscovered a childhood passion – golf – and has since lost 50 pounds. He believes the lessons he’s learned during all three weight-loss efforts will make a more lasting impact this time around. “If you are at a plateau, you probably need to think about making a change somewhere,” said Holsopple, 36, an engineer who lives in Elma with his wife, Sarah, and their two young children. He credits his grandfather, the late Henry Trznadel, as one key to his success this time around. “Since I was a kid, I loved to golf,” Holsopple said. “My grandfather was … [Read more...] about Workout that improved his golf game gave yo-yo dieter the incentive he needed
Candy Grande Special to the Cherry Hill Courier-Post Published 6:23 PM EST Dec 7, 2018 Michele Lehman, 56, has been eating well and making trips to the gym four times a week for the last three years, but has been unable to get rid of the stubborn fat around her back and lower abdomen. Lehman, of Northfield, was skeptical about Cool Sculpting, but decided to make a consultation appointment with Davis Cosmetic Plastic Surgery. “I thought Cool Sculpting was a gimmick, that I really needed to just keep working out more and increase the intensity of my exercise routine,” says Lehman. “But at the consultation, I thought, 'OK, let's just do this,' and I'm glad I did.” Lehman, a mother of four who owns a cleaning business in Ocean City, used Cool Sculpting to treat her troublesome areas, and after about two weeks, noticed a positive difference in her appearance. Her abdomen is already a bit flatter and the back fat has decreased, too, she says. Cool Sculpting … [Read more...] about Freeze your fat? Cool Sculpting is gaining popularity
Angelique S. Chengelis The Detroit News Published 11:22 PM EST Dec 5, 2018 Ann Arbor — Players rarely need additional motivation as they prepare for a game. After all, they’re competitors by nature, so manufactured bulletin board material or encouragement serve little purpose once the game kicks off. Michigan has pushed the reset button as it heads into practices to prepare for Florida, the Wolverines’ Peach Bowl opponent on Dec. 29, because it wants to reach the 11-win plateau. The Wolverines also want to snap a two-game bowl losing streak and set the proper tone heading into next season by beating the Gators in the New Year’s Six bowl. “You always want to win the last game of the year,” junior left guard Ben Bredeson said this week. “Puts a good taste in your mouth for the offseason. That’s what we have here. We get a big win against Florida at the end of the month it will do exactly that -- spring us into spring … [Read more...] about Next year starts now: Michigan football hits reset button