How to Lose 10 Pounds

how to lose 10

There is a direct relationship between your weight loss efforts and discomfort.

Want to lose 10 pounds in 10 days? You can…but it’s going to be seriously awful.

Want to lose 10 pounds in 30 days? I’ve done it myself and it’s doable. It does require you to be ON IT 24/7 for the entire month. No slip-ups, no “bad days” – only 110% clean eating, cardio and strength workouts for the entire month.

Want to lose 10 pounds as fast as possible for your body? Now THIS is totally doable!

Check out this week’s video below for TONS of good info on how to take off 10 pounds.

Keep in mind that the real goal here is to decrease your body fat and increase your lean muscle mass. This results in more of you that’s muscle, and less of you that’s fat. The scale may or may not move a ton. If you’ve dropped a pant size, you’ve dropped 10 pounds of body fat.

 This week’s special Blog content

 5 Habits That Lead to Fat Loss

  1. Stabilized blood sugar. Learn how HERE
  2. Whole body strength training 2-3 times every week
  3. Effective cardio. Learn more HERE
  4. Get your daily calories right for your goals.
  5. Drink 72-96 ounces of pure water throughout the day….every day

Check out this week’s video below for more info!

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As always, I’d love to hear from you. Have you tried to lose weight fast? Did it work for you? What worked and what didn’t? Please share your thoughts in the Comments section below!

7 replies
  1. Staci
    Staci says:

    Hi Holly,

    I am trying to get leaner but also add muscle. I tend to carry my extra weight in my hips and legs. I have read that you cannot spot reduce, what are your thoughts on that? Also I am in week 2 of your Lift to Get Lean Radical Transformation 12 week program and I love strength training. My upper body gets really muscular while I still have a lot of excess fat on my lower half. Anyway I just love your book and your blogs.

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    • Holly Perkins
      Holly Perkins says:

      Hello Staci,

      So happy to hear you have started your 2nd week of your workout program. Keep up the hard work and commitment. Now that you have started strength training your body will start changing in a lot of ways. As a woman, we tend to carry most of our body fat around out hips and legs. Strength training will start to build more muscle in your lower and upper body. The more muscle you have, the faster it is to burn off that extra unwanted body fat.
      I would suggest, staying on track with your strength workouts, cardio and diet.

      Also keep in mind, you hips and thighs are a large muscle group area. This would not be considered “spot reducing” so their for you can reduce body fat in this area.

      Stay Strong

      Reply
  2. Sabrina
    Sabrina says:

    Hi Holly,
    I know you suggest eating protein at all meals, especially breakfast. What kinds of food do you suggest and how much protein per meal should a 55 year old woman eat. I need to lose 30 pounds and have really been struggling.

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    • Holly Perkins
      Holly Perkins says:

      Hi Sabrina,

      Great question. The proteins I would suggest are, turkey, chicken breast, salmon, red meats, low fat dairy and egg whites for breakfast. As for the amount of protein, I would suggest 20 to 30 grams per meal and 10 to 15 grams per snack. Hope I was able to help with your question. Here is a link to one of my blogs that may help: https://hollyperkins.com/what-the-macro/658

      Stay strong,
      H

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  3. Aime Rizzuto
    Aime Rizzuto says:

    From: Aime Rizzuto

    Hi Holly. My friend, Jessie, and I are still working hard to lose weight and improve our overall health through weight training. Truth is the scale hasn’t changed much for me but I KNOW I’m losing inches and I honestly feel great. Plus, we bought bikes to mix our workouts up a little. Thanks for these awesome videos. We have found EVERY SINGLE ONE super helpful and interesting! You rock, kid! ?

    Reply
    • Holly Perkins
      Holly Perkins says:

      Hello Aime,

      I LOVE that you have your friend working hard with you! Having a friend that supports and pushes you is the best. Keep pushing through your workouts and continue to stay STRONG! Thank you for being a part of my community. If there is ever a topic you ladies would like me to go over, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

      In strength,
      Holly

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