2. Re-evaluate your calories
As you lose weight, your metabolism will naturally decrease, which means it will be harder to lose weight at the rate you have been. Now is time to look at your daily caloric intake to ensure you are eating fewer calories than you are burning via exercise.
3. Change up your exercise routine
If you want to stay consistent with your weight loss and fitness results, you’ll need to intensify change things up by intensifying your fat program now that your body has become accustomed to your current workout.
4. Change up your diet
The same goes for your diet, and the worst thing you can do is become complacent with nutrition due to weight success. So re-evaluate your weekly diet to make sure you are doing everything you can to progress in a healthy way.
5. Be aware of celebratory calories
If you’ve lost a significant amount of weight, you might be celebrating with food—i.e., eating out more, having more social drinks. I call this the “calorie creep” and it happens if via mindless eating and drinking.
6. Stay consistent with activity
Continuity is one of the most important aspects of weight loss. Without the regular exercise (i.e., 5 workouts per week) you’ve become accustomed to, you won’t see improvements in your strength and fitness levels.