London, UK (PRWEB UK) 10 January 2014
A Baldock woman has now launched a Buntingford weight loss group after struggling with her own weight issues, The Hertfordshire Mercury reported December 30th. The article, “Baldock woman brings weight loss success to Buntingford,’ noted that Glenda McLellan, 52, decided to lose weight after a run for a train left her feeling unwell, and she has since lost nearly five stone by following a healthy eating plan. McLellan commented, ‘I want to give people the chance I had to transform myself.’ (http://www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/Buntingford-and-Royston/Baldock-woman-brings-weight-loss-success-Buntingford-20131230135556.htm#ixzz2p2eUBGuQ)
With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine showed readers how to lose weight before going on holiday. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘We all love going away on holiday, especially if that means a fun and warm break in the sun. But along with loving the feeling of sitting on a beach, swimming in the sea and getting the chance to really relax that you don’t really get at home, going on a beach holiday can actually cause a certain level of anxiety for us. For some people the anxiety comes from the stress of organising the holiday; for others it is the stress of trying to afford the cost of the holiday. But a huge number of people also worry about the way that they will look when they are in their swimming costume on the beach.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/12/lose-weight-holiday/#sthash.0ZxQmFPf.dpuf)
Yourwellness Magazine gave readers a dieting plan to drop extra pounds very quickly and get in shape for a beach holiday. Based across just seven days, it is ideal for those people who need a quick fix to remedy their pre-holiday blues. Yourwellness Magazine explained that the plan is designed around a basis of cutting calories and doing a lot of high intensity cardio work. Yourwellness Magazine pointed out that the overall goal of the plan is to create a daily calorie deficit of around 500 calories. In the case of this diet, women should take their daily calories intake down to 1,600, and then workout to work off more calories.
To find out more about the plan, visit the gateway to living well at http://www.yourwellness.com.