28-Days to Ditch the Quarantine Weight Gain!
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Are you feeling done with the extra weight you've gained during quarantine?
Tarrant Anderson, a firefighter and owner of The Fit Factory, has created a 28-day fitness challenge that might help. He says his program is designed to help you achieve the best body possible in a short amount of time.
The program is designed for people who do not have access to gym equipment and he says using your own body weight while exercising you can get maximum results, along with eating healthy. The program also keeps people accountable through sharing what they eat each day and uploading videos of their exercises.
Tarrant's top tips for weight loss are:
- Eat a proper diet filled with whole and unprocessed foods
- Drink plenty of water, at least 5 to 6 bottles each day, which he says helps to flush out the digestion system and avoid hunger pains
- Exercise on a schedule, it can be 3 times a week for a beginner and 6 times a week for the advanced, and aim for 30 to 60 minutes
- Set a goal and build upon your previous successes, he explains that continually pushing yourself will inspire you to keep raising the bar on your fitness
Check out more fitness tips from Tarrant, here!