Excess Skin After Weight Loss

excess skin after weight lossOne of the most frustrating things in the world is giving your blood, sweat, and tears to your health and fitness goals – losing all that weight that you wanted – then having a bunch of excess skin after weight loss…What’s really crazy is that some people on my team who have lost a ton of weight will have no loose skin, while others who lost the same amount will have quite a bit of excess skin. It all depends on a few factors: Genetics, age, and environment/lifestyle. There are also 14 other “uncommon” facts that you should know about so that you can make the most educated decision about your excess skin after weight loss. I dont want you to immediately decide on a “solution” that might not even be necessary.

Watch this video all the way through for the 13 “Uncommon” Facts About Excess Skin After Weight Loss and THEN you can make your choice on what your next step will be.

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13 “Uncommon” Facts About Excess Skin After Weight Loss

 

 

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1 comments
AlejandroBetancourt
AlejandroBetancourt

Hello Todd! First I would like to say that I love your videos, I like all the subjects that you cover and I really appreciate that you take your time to explain things thoroughly. Second, I think the term you are looking for when explaining the difference between putting strain on the skin in a few weeks or many years and its capacity to return to normal is "tissue". Third, I think it is also important to say that drinking enough water is very important, not only to help your body go through all its metabolic processes, but also to keep your skin hydrated. A hydrated skin will have a lot more of elasticity than a dry skin.

Once again, thanks for all the videos and advice, I also enjoy you humor LOL... maybe because I'm an Engineer too.