Posted on : 12-07-2011 | By : Katie Kottmann | In : Cardio, Dieting, Fitness, General, General, General, Metabolism, Nutrition, Weight Training
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I’ve been guilty of it and I’m sure some of you are, too. You go out for drinks with friends but choose not to eat anything for fear of looking fat or bloated in your new skinny jeans. And after trying to lose weight, it’s futile to eat AND drink so you might as well just do one, right? But what is ditching dinner and downing drinks really doing to your body? Here’s what happens to your body within the first hour of consuming a cocktail:
I know, reality check right?! When you think about what drinking on empty does to your body, it kinda makes it not worth it. But I always say if you’re going to relax and have a fun night out go ahead and do it right. Eat, drink, and be merry! Just make sure you get up and do your Disaster Control Workout the next morning!
All the best,
Katie Kottmann, VP, CFT, SPN, Certified Pre-/Post-Natal Trainer
Goal Fitness & Nutrition, LLC
What have YOU got to lose?