3 Reasons Your Weight-Loss Efforts Are Plateauing

Deven Hopp

Weight loss is exciting when you’re actually losing weight. It’s easier to make it to the gym and make the healthier lunch choice when you’re seeing the number on the scale go down and your clothes are fitting better. The not-so-fun downside is the first few pounds are the easiest to lose. At some point, most people hit a plateau. The workouts and meals that got you from point A to point B might not get you to point C. So you start taking appetite-suppressing Liquid Chlorophyll ($10), you buy a fancy, body-toning Ubarre ($185), and you start eating more veggies, but still no change. When that happens, it’s time to reevaluate and consult the experts. We asked celeb trainer Patrick Murphy to fill us on why plateaus happen and how to break through them.

Scroll through to find out where you’re going wrong and what you can do about it!

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