In some respects, working out is the easy part of getting fit. Sure, you have to make yourself get up off the couch and put in the work, but you feel good after a workout—both physically and mentally. Plus, there are so many different ways to workout, so you can find what’s right for your fitness level and the time you have to put in.
For some people, the dieting side of getting fit can be a little harder. Instead of pushing yourself to do something, you’re abstaining from some of the foods you’ve become used to, and replacing them with something different. This can be a hard cycle to break, and you’ll be constantly bombarded with fad diets that promise unrealistic results. This is especially true if you simply Google a generic term like “diets.” The internet is great for finding information, but sometimes the good stuff gets lost in the crowd. That’s why we’ve brought you some of the best diet blogs—so you can make the changes you need, and give your workouts the boost they deserve.
- First we have Roni’s Weigh, a blog from Veronica “Roni” Noone. On Roni’s Weigh she discusses her own personal transformation—losing over 70 pounds—as well as tips on how to keep your whole family active, fit, and healthy.
- Josie Maurer, of com fame, started her blog like many others. It began as a journal tracking her own weight loss journey in order to keep her accountable, and has blossomed into a funny and insightful blog that offers tips on what to do to lose weight, as well as what not to do. Her loyal fans enjoy the humor and personality that come through in her writing.
- The Domestic Man is the work of Russ Crandall, a writer for Food and Wine and AOL.com’s Kitchen Daily. His blog promises paleo-friendly recipes inspired by traditional and international cuisines. And did we mention gluten-free? He updates the site with new recipes every Tuesday.
- The Stone Soup adds a very important element to making delicious and healthy meals—simplicity. Most of their recipes have five ingredients or fewer, making them attainable for beginners looking for an efficient and nutritious meal.
With so many fantastic diet blogs out there, there really is something for everyone. Losing weight is so much easier if you don’t feel like you’re going it alone, and even the healthiest among us can always do with a new recipe or two. And after you’re done gaining inspiration from these blogs, head over to www.promaxnutrition.com to pick up some protein bars or check out our own blog—it’s full of the inspiration and information you need to transform your body.