90-Day-StrategyHow to get started and what to do for the first 30 days…THE STRATEGY!

Measure your Success…

Weigh yourself and take some circumference measurements—of your waist at the very least—and write it down.

For those of you who just joined us, we already published some of THE WORKOUTS, so make sure you check them out.

The 90 Day New Year’s Resolution Weight Loss Workout Plan – #MoveMoreBurnMore

Your 90 Day Weight Loss Workout Plan – #MoveMoreBurnMore – Part 2 (Days 16 – 30)

The 90 Day Weight Loss Workout Plan – Part 3 (Days 30–45) #MoveMoreBurnMore

A Picture is worth a thousand words…

We know what you’re thinking, “I don’t want any pictures taken of me until I get in shape.” Right? Though you may not like the idea right off the bat, hear us out on this one. Taking a picture of yourself can be a great motivator; it will also remind you and really SHOW you how much you have accomplished after 90 days. So grab a camera and snap-off a few selfies in your swimwear or workout cloths, or better yet have someone take a couple of photos for you.

Your #MoveMoreBurnMore Lifestyle Change Challenges: Stairs over elevators. When parking, take the very first or furthest parking spot that you find. No more shark circling for the closest spot. Do you have a pedometer? If so, shoot for 10,000 steps per day minimum. If you have a smart phone, you have a pedometer. There are several excellent free apps that you can download.

You may have heard these tips before, but have you ever actually added them into your daily life? Chances are, if you are on the “resolution railroad” this is not part of your current lifestyle.

#MoveMoreBurnMore Bonus Activity – Walking after your workout, at lunch (or anytime really), choose your own pace for 30 minutes to 1 hour. You’re already on the treadmill, so if you’re not in a rush and you have some extra time, then keep strolling along and watch a show or listen to some of your favorite tunes after your interval training! Walking for 30 minutes can burn as much 392 additional calories![i]

Food and Diet

Keep a Food Journal / Log…

Week 1 – Track all of your food and everything you drink. Be accurate with portion sizes, but don’t try to change anything just yet. Eat how have been eating. Total up the calories for each day. Be accurate, and be honest.

Weeks 2 thru 4– Review your daily calories from Week 1 and cut your daily total calories by 500-600 each day.

For a more detailed explanation of how to track your calories read these articles: 90 Day Nutrition Plan to a Leaner You


This is a huge factor for many people. Find someone who is truly supportive—that means they will be honest with you about your efforts good or bad—and check in with them once a week. Show them your food log and your workout calendar from the previous week.

You can also check in with the #MoveMoreBurnMore community by tweeting your progress, successes, struggles and yes, even your cheat days too @LA Fitness and using the #MoveMoreBurnMore hashtag. Sometimes the most supportive and motivating way to keep working toward your goal is to surround yourself with people who are doing that same thing…and that is what the #MoveMoreBurnMore movement is all about!

Get excited and find a way to enjoy the experience of obtaining your fitness and weight loss resolution this year. Add music, invite friends or reward yourself, but be creative and find things that motivate you…YOU CAN DO THIS! #MoveMoreBurnMore

To learn how to effortless follow the TOP TIPS 90 DAY WEIGHT LOSS and WORKOUT PLAN. CLICK HERE and SUBSCRIBE today!

[i] Information obtained at http://www.acefitness.org/acefit/healthy_living_tools_content.aspx?id=9, and is based on a 175 lb. person. This number is only an estimate, and it can change based on each individual’s personal variables.



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