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Faster Way to Fat Loss | Peloton

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  1. Nancy says:

    Had my Peloton for a year and am approaching ride #250! My leaderboard name is #caffeinated – would love to ride with you!

  2. Susan Young says:

    Hi Beth! Great post. Although the Peloton is not in my budget at this time I am definitely intrigued by it.You are so right about the 5 workouts a week in order to see progress – I have learned this over the past month. I am paying close attention to my carb intake and I do some version of intermittent fasting -I’m seeing results. As you say, this is a lifestyle and I’m in it for the the long haul.

    • beth djalali says:

      and it is a lifestyle! fad diets or rapid weight loss just don’t work. it’s taking fitness and nutrition seriously that will get results. and it sounds as if you are doing just that! xo

  3. Linda Coffing Vogler says:

    Thank you for recommending the faster way to weight loss. I just finished a six week session. I lost 14 pounds and more importantly I feel fantastic. At age 65 I finally think I have found the approach to eating and exercise that will work for me the rest of my life.

    • beth djalali says:

      that’s wonderful, linda! if you put this program to work it works for you. but we do have to put the effort in. so happy to hear that you are loving FWTFL. xo

  4. Mary Grogan says:

    As always, thank you for your post on weight loss. Peloton is not in my budget, prefer to do things that don’t cost money, such as walking my dog and taking hikes carrying 5 pound weights, etc., but agree you need to have at least 5 workouts a week to see progress.

  5. Sue Smith says:

    Good for you! Exercise is key. And I have definitely learned that I really don’t need as much food as I thought I did–my portion sizes are so much smaller than I used to eat, and I feel good and stay at a size I’m really comfortable with, without every worrying about that at all. A lot of it is the foods you choose to eat–if they’re healthy and good for you, they fill you up anyway!

  6. moiraeve1 says:

    You look wonderful and super fit, glad you’re enjoying the program and it’s working for you. For me, the food portion of the program doesn’t sound real sustainable over time so I’ll stick w/ science-based Weight Watchers where I’ve been a lifetime member for ten years. I also love an anti-aging exercise program called T-Tapp, (https://www.t-tapp.com/) developed by Teresa Tapp, and it uses no exercise equipment at all! Yet it’s comprehensive for your body; the T-Tapp Workout is designed to fatigue muscle groups layer by layer and inch loss can come quickly. I’ve been doing the basic 15-minute routine for the last fifteen years, and I credit it for getting me up in the morning so I can continue to earn a living. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your tips and wisdom!

    • beth djalali says:

      thanks for sharing your exercise program. i love to hear how each of us incorporates exercise into their lives. and to think you can fit this in before heading off to work. impressive! xo

  7. I’m such a proponent of exercise. Especially as we age, it’s so important. Also, nutrition is key – sounds like you have a very healthy diet – I think times we eat and portions vary for individuals. I personally have to eat breakfast before I workout. Protein is key for me. I’ve eliminated added sugar and eat mostly complex carbs. A Dr once told me that as we age we have to exercise 24/7 and eat air…lol ,of course she was joking, but nutritional needs and exercise regimens change as we get older (I’m 67). I personally love Zumba and try never to miss a class, do Pilates and Yoga along with walking (steps/day matter for me) – it seems to keep the weight off. The Peloton looks interesting, but I don’t have the space or $ for one. Kudos to your plan -You go girl!

    • beth djalali says:

      sometimes, it feels as if you Dr. was right about eating air. but, with a sensible exercise regimen in place and smart food choices we can even sneak in chocolate from time to time. xo

  8. michaelle1 says:

    Do you have a favorite instructor? My peloton is being delivered next week, and I can’t wait.

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