5 ways to lose weight in 2019

6 ways to lose weight in 2019

With one week to go until Christmas and two weeks until New Year, it’s time to start thinking about those resolutions and goals!

Losing weight, getting fit, and leading a healthy lifestyle are up there at the top of the list of most popular New Years Resolutions. So let’s look at some ways you can lose weight in 2019.

6 ways to lose weight in 2019

Join a gym.

Joining a gym is a great way to lose weight and keep fit. There are so many gyms that are affordable now so you can pay less than £20 a month and not be locked into a contract! I go to PureGym which I love as they have free classes!

Get a PT.

A Personal Trainer is an investment, but one worth making if you are serious about upping your game in regards to fitness. They can really help you reach your goals if you follow the advice they give. They also help your confidence and teach you how to work different muscle groups. I know so much now since I’ve had my PT for a year.

Join a club.

If you need something that’s a bit more social to keep you motivated, join a club or a team sport.

There are many running clubs about that cater for all ages and the Park Run community is fab! Cycling clubs are also great as you can join beginner and social rides. Crossfit is a community sport that helps you get strong, fit and meet new people.

Start a diet.

I’m not a massive fan of diets – I do believe that eating healthy and tracking your intake with an app like MyFitnessPal is all you need. But I do recognise that some people find programs like Slimming World and Weight Waters motivating and there can be a real sense of community around it which helps.

Don’t be afraid to try new diets, if one isn’t working for you there are many others out there!

If a structured diet isn’t your idea of fun, track your food and macros instead.


In conduction with the above, you could try this method that HYPOXI Knightsbridge offer. It’s a way of getting rid of fat in those stubborn areas. Different people hold fat in different places and the type HYPOXI machine you’ll depends on what area you want to target. It’s an interesting method and I’d love to try it for my stomach area which seems to hold lots of fat!

What are you going to do for your health this year?


1 Comment

  1. January 10, 2019 / 9:33 am

    I’ve always been curious about tracking macros in particular, I know for some people they really find it helpful!

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

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