Keep track of your progress

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Roussell recommends closely tracking your progress, so you don’t lose motivation. "If you track progress in a detailed way, you'll notice change happening. Measure data points like your chest, waist, arm size, and body-fat percentage with a tape measure—it’s possible that you can stay the same weight, but lose inches off your waist and other areas as your body tones and tightens,” he explains. “Don’t expect to lose two pounds per week every single week until you reach your goal."

You might lose less weight some weeks than others. And if you come up short one week, it doesn't necessarily mean that you hit a plateau. "It's just part of the natural process of weight loss,” Roussell explains.


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