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Use Social Media to Lose Pesky Pounds

 

Whether you can afford a trainer or a nutritionist, chances are you don’t have 24/7 access to them. Social media is a great way to find inspiration, healthy recipes, fitness routines, and great advice whenever you need it.  Having motivation at your fingertips is a great way to stay on track.

Social media gives you access to virtually unlimited information. It’s a great way to find healthy recipes that can help kick start your nutrition. Many cooking magazines offer free recipes on their websites and access to tons of advice about cooking. For quick nutrition tips, follow nutritionists, chefs, and fitness trainers that appeal to you. Pinterest is also a great site to find new recipes from all over. Not all the recipes on Pinterest are healthy so check nutrition information beforehand.

Are you getting bored with your fitness routine? Switching up your workouts is important, so your body doesn’t fall into a pattern and stop getting results. Social media allows you access to countless workouts and routines so keep your exercises fresh.  Check out fitness blogs that you like and subscribe to them to learn new workouts and advice. Pinterest and YouTube are perfect for this because they offer so many different genres of fitness to suit everyone. The benefit with YouTube is that you can watch the routines and become familiar before trying them out on your own.

If your looking for everyday motivation, and lets be honest, who isn’t, social media is a perfect outlet for it. Follow inspirational users on twitter and facebook for constant motivational quotes, pictures, you name it! For tons of motivation, try logging on to Pinterest and clicking the Health & Fitness category, you’ll be pumped up and ready to hit the gym with confidence.

Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter and like me on facebook. Also visit my blog for new posts to help you stay on your fitness track. Social media is accessible to just about everybody so be sure to double check facts, because as they say…Don’t believe everything you read on the internet. Most likely you’ll be able to pick out the not so honest posts.

 

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