Tips to Get Past Weight Loss Plateau Point In Your Diet/Exercise Program To Help Achieve Your Goals

June 21, 2011 by  
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Hi everybody, in this video I give you helpful diet and exercise tips to get over the dreaded plateau when your body just doesn’t seem to want to lose more weight. This can be a difficult time for people who have been steadily losing weight and then stop seeing the scale move lower. It’s a point where people tend to give up and start gaining weight again because they feel they will never reach their goal weight loss. Well, this video is about conquering this situation head on and giving your body a little push to get you over the hump. Ihope you found this video helpful. Please subscribe because I have so much more to come; something helpful and of interest to everyone. Thanks so much for viewing! To purchase a YouTips4U custom-designed T-Shirt please click here: To visit me at my blogspot, please click here:

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26 Responses to “Tips to Get Past Weight Loss Plateau Point In Your Diet/Exercise Program To Help Achieve Your Goals”
  1. weight loss says:

    I used to be recommended this website by way of my cousin. I’m now not sure whether this put up is written through him as nobody else recognise such special about my trouble. You’re amazing! Thank you!

  2. theatrelover37 says:

    I have heard you recommend eating small meals throughout the day a few times. What is considered a small meal? Could you give an example of one?

  3. DrSNS says:

    These days i’m looking forward in making a time management tutorial videos and i was hoping if you share the same interset we can present it together on youtube… 🙂 see my featured video to know what i’m talking about :).. thanks 😉

  4. mariantony100 says:

    ya video really helped me i had plateau an got so stressed as i lost 45lbs in 10days iv lost 6.4lbs so was a great help for me looking forward to losing the last stone keep up the good work on ya videos

  5. shannarasnodgrass098 says:

    thanks this vid was helpful it motivated me

  6. MilenaCasey says:

    You solved the dilemma of my life 😛 Really, I’ve been wondering about these kinds of things for AGES 😀 Thanks!

  7. mariammii says:

    Love your hair 🙂

  8. bigbossyousef says:

    do insanity beachbody program its perfect plus getting flat stomach you will increase your fitness level

  9. bigbossyousef says:

    cut sugar- lower carbs -increase fiber -increase calorie burning -by doing more cardio

  10. daisycutter311 says:

    Thanks for the tips and encouragement!

  11. YouTips4U says:

    Hi, keep doing your ab workouts regularly; 3-4 times a week and you will see the results you are hoping for. It can take 2-3 months sometimes to get that flat stomach; the important thing is that you be consistent about your exercise.

  12. BABYJaneta says:

    I have tried all these and still there’s no result for me 🙁 I am very slim,but I do have some belly fat I want to get rid of.Please help me!

  13. YouTips4U says:

    It’s also helpful to eat foods with high water content as this helps to remove fat from your body.

  14. YouTips4U says:

    Hi, eating smaller meals throughout the day actually helps speed up your metabolism. You may also want to up your exercise time or intensity to help you get over your plateau.

  15. lahana24 says:

    What if you eat like 90grams of protein and don’t snack??? I have more than the recommended amount of protein from fish and protein shacks.???? What do I need to do??I went from 202 to 159 and I want to lose 39 pounds

  16. YouTips4U says:

    Hi, you can cut your fat a bit more

  17. GsxR750Speedemon says:

    So you’re saying if I eat more protein I will get over this plateau? I do jiu jitsu bout 4 to 5 days a week and I usually come home drenched in sweat. I work so hard but yet remain the same weight. I count calories and eat 33% of fat, carbs and protein. Would it be a good idea to cut fat and increase protein?

  18. baroquexx says:

    I really hope some of these work for me. I was about ready to give up, cause I’ve been at the same weight for about a month or so. And I still have 30 pounds to go. ><

  19. mko4187 says:

    Awesome! Thanks!

  20. beba45 says:

    This was great. I’ll try some of this tips.

  21. webmasterd says:

    @YouTips4U thx for the tips! btw, I also heard eating something hot like oatmeal rather than something cold first thing when you wake up is better to jump start your metabolism?

  22. YouTips4U says:

    Hi, it’s fine to exercise first thing in the morning when you wake up before you eat. I love going for a morning jog or walk before breakfast, however, bear in mind that you have limited resources since you haven’t eaten since the night before, so you don’t want to go too long or you will have too much of a drop in blood sugar and you could feel lousy all day. You’ll get the same benefit from your exercise if you eat first and wait two hours as you do going on a empty tummy.

  23. YouTips4U says:

    Hi, thanks so much for your kind words. I’m so glad you’ve found my videos helpful :o)

  24. webmasterd says:

    I heard doing cardio on an empty stomach first thing when we wake up helps to lose weight. Rather than eating first and waiting bout and hr. or more. However, you would want to eat before a workout if you are doing weight training so you don’t tear muscle tissue?

  25. domyhairnow says:

    You should have your own tv show ! You know your stuff and are very helpful without being rude and put people down! Thank you , you’ve changed my life

  26. YouTips4U says:

    Meat, fish, chicken, turkey, pork, eggs, tofu, beans, nuts, nut butters like peanut butter and almond butter, etc.

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