Happy holiday abs
Here’s your new strategy for keeping that trim waist without missing out on the fun.
WWith all the outdoorsy activities, you’d assume that holidays must be very ab-friendly. “I’m now seeing women putting on more pounds during (this time),” says registered dietitian and nutritionist, Keri Gans who is also the author TheSmallChangeDiet. The holidays involve special-occasion eating and drinking featuring parties, barbeques, weddings, vacations and weekends spent lounging instead of lunging. On top of that, there’s the burnout factor. After months of being disciplined with diet and exercise, most just want to let loose during the holidays. Not necessary, though; you can hold on to the results you’ve worked so hard for with these tips.