Fit Into Your Skinny Jeans Again

skinny jeansEveryone has their own way of deciding when to lose weight. Some people go strictly by the scales, while others use their clothing as a guide. If you no longer fit into your skinny jeans, I can help change that and even help you get into smaller ones. It doesn’t take long to see a dramatic change in your overall fitness when you start my plan. In fact, the name tells the whole story, Burn It in 30.

You can choose to lose weight through dieting, but there’s a better way.

Getting fit and looking fabulous in clothing isn’t all about losing weight, although that may be part of it. Exercise and toning muscles seldom used is also important. When you workout, you build muscle tissue. Muscle tissue weighs more per cubic inch than fat tissue does. So when you build more muscle tissue, even if you never shed one pound, you’ll lose inches. It’s like comparing the size of a container that holds a pound of marshmallows compared to one that contains a pound of steel. The steel container will be smaller, just like your body.

Of course, losing weight is part of it.

When you exercise, you burn extra calories. The more calories you burn, the more weight you lose. By combining exercise with a healthy diet, you’re giving fat a double dose of trouble. You’re lowering your caloric intake and increasing your caloric output. It takes a reduction of 3500 calories to lose one pound. I can help you achieve that and more in just one week. You’ll see a huge difference on the scales and how your clothing fits in a very short time.

Eating healthy isn’t a diet. Diets don’t work.

That’s right, diets don’t work. I’ll help you learn how to eat healthier with sample meals that contain whole foods that are good for you. While you’re cutting your calories, you’ll be learning to make smarter choices that have more nutrition. You’ll learn to make substitutions that are healthier, such as using Greek yogurt as a substitution for sour cream. One thing is certain, people who love the new way of eating.

You’ll see your energy level soar. The more energy you have, the more you’ll do and the more calories you’ll burn. You’ll probably have time for fun activities and even the energy for them.

As you build muscle tissue, you get an added benefit. Muscle tissue burns more calories than fat tissue. That means you’ll boost your metabolism.

You’ll build your confidence level. Looking good builds both self-esteem and confidence.

You’ll improve your posture, which makes you look even thinner and helps clothing fit better.


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