My Fit Station / How To Lose Weight (KJ Landis)
February 27

My Fit Station / How To Lose Weight (KJ Landis)

How to lose weight? This question is on the mind of every woman and more men than they would want to admit.

Most people want to lose weight because they want to reach a certain beauty standard, to look like their favorite celebrities. Leaving aside the aesthetic part, having a normal weight has many health benefits.

Nowadays we are so overwhelmed by information and all sorts of new trendy diets, that it is difficult to know how to lose weight in a healthy way, without starving yourself or feeling miserable.

Determined to provide you the best info we reached out to 25 fitness and health experts and we asked them the following question:

What Are Your Three Best Tips for Losing Weight?

We received answers from trusted experts, that shared tips regarding diet, exercising, and different tricks that will help you improve your daily habits and lifestyle.

KJ Landis – Superior Self

KJ Landis

My go-to list for my clients contains these 3 tips:

1. Water!

We need to consume more and more water in order to see if we are truly hungry, or if we are socially and emotionally hungry. When I lost 50 pounds 7 years ago I was adding some lemons and cucumbers to my water bottles to make them more flavorful.

Now that I exercise in a hot yoga studio, I add a pinch of pink Himalayan salt or an electrolyte powder as well. It takes about three weeks for the body to get used to consuming g a gallon of water a day.

Take it in baby steps, increments up to about a cup a day. After three weeks your body will adjust accordingly.

2. Enlist a buddy. Accountability is key.

If someone is waiting for you to work out with them or check in daily with your meal plan and activity chart, you will be more likely to stick with the program. You may even help the relationship grow closer!

3. Keep a journal.

I believe in the power of writing down our thought and feelings along the way. Each tiny success is a “yes” to you in a healthy body. It’s a life-affirming book.