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You’re trying really hard to eat healthy and exercise. Maybe you saw some results in the beginning or just aren’t seeing the numbers go down on the scale. Frustrated, you wonder: “Why in the hell aren’t I losing weight?” Here are 10 reasons why you may not be seeing results.


#1: Weighing In Too Often

Your weight fluctuates on a daily basis and for women, based on your monthly cycle. Continuously stepping on the scale will inevitably result in weight fluctuations. Weighing in too often tops the list of don’ts given by experts.
Instead: Weigh in once a week during the same time of day (like first thing in the morning).

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If health and fitness aren't enough to get you to exercise, how about improving your sex life? Sure, exercise can help you look good and maybe that will help you get more sex, but studies show that exercise can improve sexual function for both men and women. Regular exercise may enhance sexuality through a variety of mechanisms that affect both the mind and body. Physical improvements in muscle strength, tone, endurance, body composition and cardiovascular function can all enhance sexual functioning.

You already know why exercise is so important for your health, but you may not know that studies have found a direct correlation between physical inactivity and a lack of potency. These studies show that exercise maintains or improves your sex life. Therefore, exercise can increase your potency, and it can also make your sex life more enjoyable. Here's what you'll need to get the most out of your sex life.

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Walking is a low-impact exercise with numerous health benefits. Here's how to get started.

Walking is a gentle, low-impact exercise that can ease you into a higher level of fitness and health. Walking is a form of exercise accessible to just about everybody. It's safe, simple and doesn't require practice. And the health benefits are many. Here's more about why walking is good for you, and how to get started with a walking program.

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