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How to Choose the Best 21 Day Weight Loss Challenge for Your Lifestyle and Goals

A 21 day weight loss challenge is a good way to start your fitness journey and shed some extra weight. There are many kinds of 21 day weight loss challenges, but they all have some things in common:

  • They ask you to find out how many calories you need and eat within a certain limit, usually based on your height, weight, age, and how active you are.
  • They tell you to eat healthy, balanced, and small meals, with a lot of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, and healthy fats.
  • They tell you not to eat processed, refined, and junk foods, as well as added sugars, alcohol, and too much salt.
  • They give you a daily workout plan that has cardio, strength, and flexibility exercises, usually lasting between 30 to 40 minutes.
  • They help you to keep track of your progress, see your results, and be proud of your achievements.

One example of a 21 day weight loss challenge is the one by Chloe Ting¹, a fitness expert who gives free online workout videos and programs. Her 21 day weight loss challenge has 21 daily videos that work on different muscles and burn calories. She also gives a free recipe book with 104 healthy and tasty foods that you can eat during the challenge².

Another example is the 21 Day Fix by Beachbody, a fitness company that sells workout DVDs and online subscriptions. The 21 Day Fix is a diet and exercise plan that uses color-coded containers to help you divide your food and control your calories. It also has seven different workouts that you can do at home with little equipment³.

A 21 day weight loss challenge can be a great way to start your weight loss and improve your health, but it is not a magic solution. You still need to be regular, focused, and realistic with your goals. You also need to make sure that the challenge you pick is right for your fitness level, medical condition, and personal choices. Always talk to your doctor before starting any new diet or exercise program.

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