How to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Holiday weight gain is a common concern for many adults.

Various seasonal holidays may encourage overeating, sedentary behavior, and consumption of calorie-rich foods. In fact, between mid-November and mid-January, adults in Western societies gain an average of 1 pound (0.5 kg) (1Trusted Source).

This may not seem like a lot, but most people don’t lose this extra baggage. Therefore, holidays — no matter the time of year — may be one of the biggest contributors to your total annual weight gain.

That said, holiday weight gain is not inevitable, and this week, we share a case study of how James Breese actually lost over 2kg whilst on holiday, without worrying about what he ate, or how much!


[00:00] Intro
[01:16] Look Better. Feel Better. Perform Better.
[03:01] Is Holiday Season, Weight Gain Season?
[07:49] The Mindset to Avoid Weight Regain
[08:20] Tip#1: You Might Be 20,000 Steps Away From Losing Weight
[12:19] Tip#2: Not Just for the Holidays, It’s For Life
[20:43] Outro

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