You made changes to your diet, you work out regularly and you have lost a significant amount of weight; but now you're stuck, it feels like no matter what you do those last 10 pounds they just won't fall off.
Michelle Roots, resident fitness expert and trainer for Trainerize, says that "many individuals solely rely on reducing daily calorie count for weight loss." She explains, "this will work during the initial stages of weight-loss; however, as you get closer to the end goal it's important to track the percentage of proteins, carbs, and good fats."
It's important not to get discouraged; weight loss requires determination and consistency. You have already made it this far; don't give up now. If you are determined and motivated to tackle your goals, you will lose those last 10 pounds in no time.
- Nicole Dossantos, The Active Times