Woman combined 2 popular weight-loss programs to drop 28 pounds
Lydia Bordo, 34, decided to combine the dietary aspects of Weight Watchers with the exercise of Peloton to reach her fitness goals.
Bordo said that typically, she tries to exercise from 30 minutes to 90 minutes each day. Sometimes, that comes in the form of long walks with her family or short, 10-minute express workouts from the Peloton app; often it involves riding the bike for at least a few minutes. The most important thing to her is flexibility and a routine that she can change as the day demands.
"... I can get up and ride at 5:00 in the morning before my daughter and husband get up," Bordo explained."I can go for a run at lunch ... If I'm taking a break at 2:00 in the afternoon, I can get a 10-minute core class done. That freedom has been absolutely amazing and it's addicting, because you're like, 'What else can I get in today?'"
https://www.instagram.com/p/B_pRLTQgu7wBordo said that in addition to increasing her daily exercise routine, the WW diet plan has been a huge lifestyle change for her and her family."It's creating a routine where you don't completely cut out everything, but you change your overall food habits," said Bordo."For us, we've completely cut out all soda in the house ... That was one of the changes we made. I have really cut back on my Starbucks, because that was the sugar drink that I know we all got addicted to." headtopics.comRead more: »
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