Post 8-Day Jumpstart Weight Loss—How to Keep Losing Weight After the Eight Days

Post 8 Day Jumpstart weight loss

The 8-Day Jumpstart is exciting because it produces big results in a short amount of time. People see weight loss results of up to 15 pounds in just eight days!* It’s designed to be a rapid re-set if needed, and to help kick start and ongoing weight loss journey and it works! Often the results are quite impressive, and once people continue in their weight loss journey and don’t lose weight as quickly as they did during the 8-Day Jumpstart… people start to panic. They imagine they’ve done something wrong, or get discouraged and think they will never find weight loss success. The truth is, it’s perfectly normal for post 8-Day Jumpstart weight loss to slow, but that doesn’t mean you’re not still making progress. We’re here to walk you through why this isn’t necessarily a weight loss plateau, why it happens, and how you can successfully move through it.

Why Has My Weight Loss Slowed After The 8 Day Jumpstart?

It’s normal to lose more weight when you first start a Xyngular weight loss program as your body adjusts and falls into the new rhythm. It’s also normal for weight loss to slow once you move past your initial efforts and the change in your daily habits.

This post 8-Day Jumpstart weight loss change happens because of how your body loses weight. When you begin eating fewer calories than normal, your body must look for a new source of energy to fuel its daily functions. This energy ultimately comes from stores of glycogen. As glycogen is used as fuel, it releases the water it’s bound to, which is then discarded as waste or expired through your breathing. So, it’s necessary to shed this initial weight in order to move to the next phase of using excess fat for fuel. After all the glycogen stores are used up, your body turns to burning fat. This seemingly slows the weight loss progress because it gets used at a steadier, slower rate. However, it is a longer-lasting form of weight loss which is the goal. Essentially, the 8-Day Jumpstart preps your body to enter the fat burning phase of weight loss.

Do These 9 Things To Help Combat Weight Loss Frustration

Even when you understand why post 8-Day Jumpstart weight loss happens at a slower rate, it can still be frustrating to see the drop after the rush of initial weight loss success. Average weight loss is 1-2 pounds per week. So, when the weight loss rate decreases, it’s hard not to ask yourself, “Why have I stopped losing weight on my diet?” or wonder, “How long does a weight loss plateau last?” At this point, it’s easy to get frustrated, and maybe a little discouraged. If that’s the case for you, here are some ways to push through your weight loss frustration to keep going:

1. Assess Your Plan

Take a step back and look at your overall weight loss plan. Does it have the ability to get you where you want to be in the long run? If the answer is yes, then stay the course. If the answer is no, then it’s time for a new plan.

2. Review Your Goals

Sometimes we get discouraged about not reaching our goals, when the real problem is your goals weren’t achievable in the first place. When you’re frustrated, look at your goals to make sure you’re not holding yourself to an unattainable expectation.

3. Reduce Stress

Stress can play a big role in losing (or not losing) weight and stressing about whether or not you’re losing weight doesn’t help. Find ways to cope with, or reduce stress in your life, whether that means meditation, deep breathing, exercising, or spending time with friends or family. Embrace whatever works for you.

4. Celebrate Your Successes

They say you get what you focus on consistently, so when you spend most of your time celebrating your wins, you’ll certainly have more of them in the future.

5. Get Support

There’s no shame in asking for a little extra help. Reach out to friends, family members, or professionals to find the support you need.

6. Find An Accountability Partner

Most people are more consistent when they know they must report back to someone else. Getting an accountability partner can help you stay on track as you anticipate checking in with them.

7. Get Enough Sleep

Sleep and weight loss are interconnected. If you’re wondering, “Why did I stop losing weight?” one reason may be that you’re not spending enough time with your eyes closed.

8. Make A Plan

If you’re experiencing weight loss frustration, it’s likely not the last time this will happen. Think through what helps you, and then make a plan you can easily implement the next time you’re in that headspace.

9. Give Yourself Grace

Sometimes we all fall short of our goals, and that’s ok. Cut yourself some slack, and recognize that you can still achieve the things you seek.

Whether you choose one of these or a different tactic to combat weight loss frustration, know that there is hope, and you will soon be on the other side of this challenge if you stick with it.

Bust Through Weight Loss Struggle With The X Bundle

Sometimes the weight loss battle is physical, sometimes it’s a mental game, and sometimes it’s a bit of both. That’s where the X Bundle comes in. The X Bundle is designed to help you achieve post 8-Day Jumpstart weight loss success and keep you on track with your weight loss, by addressing a wide spectrum of weight loss challenges.

The X Bundle is a combination of Xyngular’s best-selling weight loss products. It will help you keep your weight loss momentum going by combatting some of the hurdles you experience throughout the day. Each supplement is included to meet the demands of your daily lifestyle and give you the energy and nutrients you need to resist cravings and reach your goals.*

If you’ve experienced weight loss with the 8-Day Jumpstart, and want to continue losing weight, contact a Xyngular representative, or log in to your account and try the X Bundle for yourself.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

*Individual results may vary based on personal variables and adherence to the program/product use. Typical results are 1-2 lbs. lost per week.

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