Figure out how many calories you currently burn each day (using an online calculator or fitness tracker device). This is your TDEE (total daily energy expenditure).
Use an app such as My Fitness Pal to track every single thing you eat and drink.
Consume a bit less calories than your TDEE.
This is my client, E. E had been working out consistently for years and eating “healthy”, but the extra “post baby” pounds she was carrying wouldn’t budge.
We worked together for 4 months and in that time she consistently lost weight and inches. E lost a total of 14 lbs in 4 months (going from 149 to 135 lbs). She enjoyed the process; had good energy to enjoy life and maintain intense workouts; didn’t restrict any food or food groups; didn’t consume “low calories”; enjoyed a glass or two of wine each week; and still made steady progress.
I would love the opportunity to help you get started on your journey to your leanest, healthiest, best YOU! Mention this blog, and I’ll calculate your TDEE for you so you can start your transformation immediately!
~Brooke J. Savage
NASM CPT, Fitness Nutrition Specialist and Weight Loss Coach