Weight Loss




How to Break a Weight-Loss Plateau

Overcoming a weight-loss plateau is a matter of tracking your calories in and calories out, according to your basal and active metabolic rates, and ramping up your sweat sessions.




Break Through Any Weight-Loss Plateau

Your new diet and fitness routine had you dropping pounds and looking and feeling good - until it suddenly just stopped. What to do now? Jillian sounds off on the "myth" of the weight-loss plateau and shares her strategies to get the scale moving in the right direction again!

Question #1: Are You Keeping Track of Your Daily Calories?


6 Ways to (Finally!) Get a Flat Belly

Whether your goal is to lose your muffin top for good, or to finally try to achieve those elusive six-pack abs, use these results-driven techniques and advice for helping you win the battle of the belly bulge once and for all.


MYTH: The Last 10 Pounds Are Impossible to Lose

The last few pounds are always the hardest to lose – but that doesn't mean it's impossible to do! Use the following tips to clean up your diet and drop those final few pounds.

The Truth: The body struggles to hold on to that last bit of fat for survival purposes, so while it is tough to lose the last five to 10 pounds, it’s definitely doable.


MYTH: Weighing Yourself Daily Will Help You Stay on Track

Stepping on the scale doesn't have to be a scary event for yearly doctor's visits – and it also doesn't have to be a daily torture ritual. There is a happy medium in there – I'll help you find it.

The Truth: I recommend that people weigh themselves once a week, at the same time every week. Weighing yourself every day can have a negative impact on you.