Modern Weight Management … works super well for sports!
I lost 30 pounds in 3 months with Noom — the app kept me accountable and reframed how I thought about weight management, as the app intends to help people view food, exercise, and weight loss in a way that allows them to stick with “cleaner eating” long-term without constantly starving themselves: Noom's goal is to be honest about weight management and how education and accountability can lead to positive changes in your lifestyle.
Noom weight loss
What enticed me about Noom, specifically, was that the program relies on the necessary ingredients for weight loss — looking at what you eat and how much you move — while also tying in a psychological component and daily accountability.
Once you sign up for the program (best deals is $199 yearly), the app asks for a bit of personal information, as well as a weight goal and a few other personal goals. You'll then be connected with a weight loss coach and begin an educational journey that covers everything from mindful eating to identifying goal-disrupting triggers.
Each day has about five to 10 minutes of reading and quizzes, with the goal of reconfiguring the way you think about food and exercise. You'll also interact with a health coach along the way. Though initial interactions do seem generated and by-the-book, it gets more personalized as you get deeper into the program.
In addition to the reading and coaching, you're also prompted to weigh yourself daily, log your food intake, and input any exercise you complete outside of walking. Steps are logged for you via a smartphone or step tracker and are factored in accordingly.
Ultimately, the goal of Noom is to help you reframe the way you think about food, exercise, and weight management in a way that translates to lifelong change.
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