Mark Twain once said, "If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've always got.” Maintaining your weight loss long-term is no different – you will need to continue to incorporate similar lifestyle, exercise, and nutrition practices to those that helped you achieve your initial success.Below are the 4 ways to keep off weight once you have lost it 1. Weigh yourself every morning. Give yourself a three-pound window within which to fluctuate. Within that range, don't panic. Fluid shifts can easily account for fluctuations of three pounds. But do weigh yourself every morning or at least a few times a week. Weight tends to creep up slowly over time, so if you aren't keeping a close eye on it on a regular basis, it can happen without your noticing.
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