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10 COMMON WEIGHT LOSS MYTHS

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HELLO, FRIENDS. Thank you so much for watching this video!! I hope it helped shine some light on common weight loss myths. At the end of the day, weight loss is pretty straight forward. Just eat in a deficit and the weight will come off! Don’t stress too much – it will all work out if you just stay consistent.

If you are new here and want to know more about me, feel free to check out my Instagram account (@jordanshrinks) where I documented my entire 130lbs weight loss journey.

Thank you sososo much!!!

Email: jordanshrinks@gmail.com (I DO NOT WANT TO PROMOTE YOUR WEIGHT LOSS PRODUCTS)
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jordanshrinks or @jordanshrinks

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Exercise For Diabetics

Exercise For Diabetics

The most common types of diabetes are known as Type
1 and Type 2. The Type 1 diabetes, which is also
known as adolescent diabetes, differs from Type 2
in the sense that the body will stop producing
insulin altogether. Type 2 diabetes is normally
diagnosed in older adults and occurs as the body
stops producing enough insulin or the individual
becomes resistant to their own body insulin.

No matter what form of diabetes it is, you’ll lose
your ability to adequately utilize sugar. The
blood sugar levels will increase due to the body’s
difficulty in transporting sugar into the cells
and out of the blood stream. There are several ways
to lower your blood sugar levels, including diet,
exercise, and medication.

As a whole, exercise is a very important part of
diabetic management for both Type 1 and Type 2
diabetics. Those that have Type 1 will find regular
exercise helps to maintain insulin sensitivity,
helps to prevent the accumulation of excess weight,
and also increases the use of glucose by muscles.
Although there is really no way to prevent Type 1
diabetes, it is possible to prevent Type 2 diabetes.

The things to consider when you attempt to prevent
the onset of Type 2 diabetes are regular exercise
supplementation with vitamins and herbs that will
help to prevent insulin resistance and proper
control of weight.

Not only with exercise help directly with diabetic
management by lowering blood sugar levels and
maintaining insulin sensitivity, but it will also
help minimize several of the complications that
can occur in a diabetic individual. Research has
shown that walking 30 minutes each day can
diminish the possibility of developing Type 2
diabetes.

Almost all diabetics tend to develop circulatory
problems and exercise can help lower blood
pressure and improve circulation throughout the
body. Seeing as how people with diabetes tend to
have poor blood flow to their lower areas and
feet, better circulation is a great benefit.

Even though there are risks associated with
exercise, the potential benefits will outweigh
the risks. Exercise does indeed lower blood sugar
levels, so those with diabetes should measure
their blood sugar both before and after they
exercise. Since your body uses more sugar while
you exercise and makes you more sensitive to
insulin, there is a risk of blood sugar becoming
too low and causing hypoglycemia as a result.

Whenever you exercise, it is important to let
others know that you are diabetic. They should
also be informed about what they should do in
case of hypoglycemia. To be on the safe side, you
should always carry candy or fruit juice with you
to treat low blood sugar when it occurs.

During and after you have exercised, you should
pay very close attention about how you feel, since
rapid heart beat, increased sweating, feeling
shaky, or hunger can signal that your blood sugar
levels are getting too low.

With diabetic management and treatment, exercise
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MY 130LBS WEIGHT LOSS TRANSFORMATION (Before & After)

HAPPY NEW YEAR, EVERYONE! It is January 1st! It’s a new year – a fresh start. I hope that my story can help inspire you to make a positive change in your life. If I could change my life, so can you. IT’S YOUR TURN!! (Click to expand me and continue reading).

If you would like to know more about how I lost weight (diet, exercise, etc.), please check out my other videos and my Instagram (@jordanshrinks). I will be uploading many more videos this year so make sure to subscribe! Follow my Instagram for some daily inspiration. 🖤

As always, thank you so much for the endless support. You guys are incredible.

Special thanks to these two gems for providing the royalty-free music in this video.

Ross Bugden
“Apocalypse”

Ender Guney
“Epic Cinematic Music”

INSTAGRAM: @jordanshrinks
CONTACT: jordanshrinks@gmail.com

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MY “SECRET” TO 100 LB WEIGHT LOSS – FAQ About My Journey

Finally getting around to answer some of the most asked questions I get about my 100 lb weight loss. Please keep in mind that I am not a Doctor or a Nutritionist and am only answering these questions from my point of view and from what I experienced in my journey. These recommendations worked for me but may not work for everyone. I have never suffered from any sort of eating disorder so my perspective might be different from someone who has and I do not ever want to promote something to someone who this will affect in a negative way. Always do what is best for YOU emotionally, mentally and physically. Getting healthy should be something that is celebrated and enjoyable…if it’s not that for you, stop what you’re doing and consult a doctor about how you are feeling. It’s never okay to result to unhealthy measures or to feel you aren’t good enough in your current state.

I hope my video is helpful in answering some questions about my journey. Be easy on yourself, love yourself and do the best you can. This journey is not easy or short, but it is possible and SO rewarding if done properly!

Head to my Instagram (@cristinadown100) for more on my journey and daily motivation. Don’t forget to subscribe as i’ll be uploading new content weekly (exercises, FAQ, more meals, life, etc).

Thank you guys for being so supportive always. I’m always amazed by the love you all send my way and I am BLESSED to be a part of this community. Love you guys!

Instagram: @cristinadown100
Email: info@cristinadown100.com

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How to Start Your Weight Loss Journey and Stay Motivated

check out my other video on some motivation tips and tricks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap7-LZkyVCQ

I realize the video was a ling timed ago and I look so different hahaha
Thankyou so much for watching, I hope you enjoyed.
❤️❤️MAKE SURE YOU LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND FOLLOW ME ON MY ADVENTURES❤️❤️

STALK ME 🙂

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatBreezeGirl_
SnapChat: crystalbreeze

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My CrossFit Transformation Was Much More Drastic Than I Expected–But Not for the Reason You’d Think

Most people start CrossFit because they’re looking to lose weight, or get stronger, or get into the best shape of their life. Having played rugby in college, taught Zumba, finished a marathon, and taken up bodybuilding, for me, CrossFit wasn’t about the physical promises. I joined a CrossFit box (as the gyms are called) because I needed a job.

I moved to New York for what was, at the time, my dream job. But six months in, I called my mother sobbing. I’d just been given notice that the company would be letting me go in two weeks’ time. The eager post-grad haze had worn off, I was no longer certain I had chosen the right career field, and I was hit with a wave of loneliness.

After living in the city for half a year, I’d failed to make any friends. Late nights at the office had taken precedence over happy hours and girl-gang hangs. And because I’d often gotten off work late, instead of sampling New York's fitness class scene, I’d opted for a 24-hour big box gym. There, I’d do some bicep curls, walk on the stairmaster, and after about an hour, flex, take some mirror selfies, and leave.

RELATED: 25 Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

Now, here I was, bummed out, wishing for pals to vent to about my impending unemployment, and in serious need of pulling together work. So when I saw on Instagram that a Manhattan box, ICE NYC, was hiring a front desk social media manager, I applied.

I’d talked (or at least, thought) trash about CrossFit in the past, even though if I’m being totally honest with myself, I had no reason to. But I guess there was a part of me that was a little intrigued with the whole CrossFit phenomenon and the community it promised.

My first interview took place directly following a class. Having arrived super-early, I caught the tail end of the workout and watched as the athletes congratulated each other and brought it in for a cheer. The ethos of the group reminded me of my time playing rugby in college: The coach was treated with respect, the team was determined and focused, and the athletes followed an implicit "No One Left Behind" policy.

While the promise of barbells alone couldn’t convince me to try CrossFit, watching a class and talking with the gym’s owner about community, fitness, and joining the two could.

After my interview, the owner called to let me know that if I tried CrossFit and liked it, he’d hire me. So I signed up for a class the very next morning. I thought taking a CrossFit class would be like updating my LinkedIn, flossing my teeth, or eating greens: a necessary evil.

Turns out, CrossFit is not a thing you just walk in and out of every once in a while. If it sticks, it sticks real good.

I’ve changed plenty since I was originally hired at the box. For one, ...Read More


13 Habits That Are Sabotaging Your Weight Loss

In case all your attempts to get the perfect body fail, it’s not a reason to give up completely on your weight-loss goals. Check if you’re guilty of the following habits that will sabotage any diet and exercise plan.
Diets are just temporary measures you take to lose some extra weight, so you shouldn’t rely fully on them. Give yourself some time to get used to one new healthy habit at a time, and then keep going.
According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a good night’s rest helps you cut down on fats, carbs, and sugars. Lack of sleep, on the contrary, makes you eat way more than usual. Experts recommend taking small bites, chewing your food thoroughly, and practicing mindful eating. It means fully concentrating on your food, savoring its smell, taste, and even texture.
Desserts won’t hurt your weight loss plan at all, so anyone with a sweet tooth can now rejoice! Of course, moderation is key here, but if you stick to a “nothing-allowed” diet, you’re actually more prone to overeating.
A food diary will be your greatest ally on the road to weight loss. If all that writing sounds too tedious for you, you can simply take pictures to see exactly what you’ve been putting in your body.

Music: Staccato
https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music

TIMESTAMPS
You’re convinced that going on a diet will help you lose weight. 0:41
You’re into dressings and sauces. 1:35
You punish yourself for eating “prohibited” foods. 2:25
You’re afraid of being hungry. 3:22
You stick to juices and smoothies. 4:15
You underestimate the power of sleep. 5:06
You eat fast. 5:47
You go grocery shopping on an empty stomach. 6:30
You give up desserts completely. 7:22
You think fats are the enemy. 8:02
You rely too much on exercise. 8:45
You don’t keep a food diary. 9:28
You strive for perfection. 10:12

SUMMARY
-The only way to lose and keep off unwanted pounds is to change your lifestyle. Make it a habit to always have breakfast, move more, and choose the right restaurants.
-Dipping veggies into a sauce, even a healthy one, can significantly ruin your diet. Add those calories to your food diary and don’t forget to count them in your daily allotted intake.
-If you punish yourself every time you eat something “wrong”, you risk falling into a habit of eating in response to your failure and gaining all the weight back.
-Being hungry stimulates cell renewal, improves digestion, and even regulates your blood sugar. Plus, when you’re hungry, your body produces ghrelin, a hormone that stimulates your memory and helps fight depression.
-An orange will, in fact, satisfy your hunger longer than a glass of juice will. As for healthy smoothies, one glass actually contains anywhere from 150 to 300 calories.
-If you want to shed excess weight, you’d better take an 8-hour journey to dreamland each night.
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My CrossFit Transformation Was Much More Drastic Than I Expected–But Not for the Reason You’d Think

Most people start CrossFit because they’re looking to lose weight, or get stronger, or get into the best shape of their life. Having played rugby in college, taught Zumba, finished a marathon, and taken up bodybuilding, for me, CrossFit wasn’t about the physical promises. I joined a CrossFit box (as the gyms are called) because I needed a job.

I moved to New York for what was, at the time, my dream job. But six months in, I called my mother sobbing. I’d just been given notice that the company would be letting me go in two weeks’ time. The eager post-grad haze had worn off, I was no longer certain I had chosen the right career field, and I was hit with a wave of loneliness.

After living in the city for half a year, I’d failed to make any friends. Late nights at the office had taken precedence over happy hours and girl-gang hangs. And because I’d often gotten off work late, instead of sampling New York's fitness class scene, I’d opted for a 24-hour big box gym. There, I’d do some bicep curls, walk on the stairmaster, and after about an hour, flex, take some mirror selfies, and leave.

RELATED: 25 Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

Now, here I was, bummed out, wishing for pals to vent to about my impending unemployment, and in serious need of pulling together work. So when I saw on Instagram that a Manhattan box, ICE NYC, was hiring a front desk social media manager, I applied.

I’d talked (or at least, thought) trash about CrossFit in the past, even though if I’m being totally honest with myself, I had no reason to. But I guess there was a part of me that was a little intrigued with the whole CrossFit phenomenon and the community it promised.

My first interview took place directly following a class. Having arrived super-early, I caught the tail end of the workout and watched as the athletes congratulated each other and brought it in for a cheer. The ethos of the group reminded me of my time playing rugby in college: The coach was treated with respect, the team was determined and focused, and the athletes followed an implicit "No One Left Behind" policy.

While the promise of barbells alone couldn’t convince me to try CrossFit, watching a class and talking with the gym’s owner about community, fitness, and joining the two could.

After my interview, the owner called to let me know that if I tried CrossFit and liked it, he’d hire me. So I signed up for a class the very next morning. I thought taking a CrossFit class would be like updating my LinkedIn, flossing my teeth, or eating greens: a necessary evil.

Turns out, CrossFit is not a thing you just walk in and out of every once in a while. If it sticks, it sticks real good.

I’ve changed plenty since I was originally hired at the box. For one, ...Read More