My best friend is getting married in three months and wants to be in shape for the wedding.
- She has not been going about it correctly.
She doesn’t work out, only watches what she eats. She counts calories, drinks a lot of juices and fasts every now and then. Her eating habits are worse than ever. She every now and then falls off the wagon and just binges potato chips or something else unhealthy. Another issue is that not being physical isn’t going to get her in good shape. Being thin is not enough in my opinion. Stop eating and you will be small, but don’t you want to look healthy? I have been trying to encourage my friend to try a group fitness class at the core progression near me. Each class is led by a certified fitness expert. The class does cardio, weight training, balance training and stretching all in an hour class. You can decide how many times a week you go. I am willing to do a fitness class three days a week with my friend. Being physical should really help her cut weight. Also, the fitness class helps you tone and build muscle. That can’t be a bad thing. I recently found that the core progression gym does offer nutritional counseling as well. So if my friend further wanted to be healthy, she could talk to a professional and get a health plan. I bet she could eat right and not starve herself. Calorie counting and fasting sound impossible to keep up with and not a reliable weight loss tactic.