“Jane Doyle, 40, of Dublin, Ohio, says she gained a lot of weight in her 30s because she ate ‘whatever wasn’t nailed down’ during two pregnancies and afterward. Her bad diet plan continued when her daughters were babies. ‘Everybody would go to sleep, and I would stay up and eat alone so I wouldn’t be judged.
I’d eat dried roasted peanuts and drink a few beers. 49.95 a month. She wound up losing much more than that: She now weighs 161 pounds. She dedicated herself to following Weight Watchers and visiting the gym five or six times a week. At first, she do the elliptical machine and fitness treadmill.
’I was the big gal at the back who used baggy clothes. I didn’t want to speak to anybody or be seen.’ After a few months, she started heading to group fitness classes – aerobics, Pilates, yoga and weight training. ‘Those classes are what achieved it for me personally. I wouldn’t be in this story easily hadn’t started heading to the classes.’ Exercise and eating right go hand in hand, she says.
‘If I workout six, weekly – why would I put junk food in my own body seven or eight hours? Since I’ve stopped eating a lot junk food, I don’t crave it like I used to.’ Doyle says her weight reduction has trickled into every aspect of her life.
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