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Jessica Simpson Shares Her New Weight Loss Strategy

Jessica Simpson Shares Her New Weight Loss StrategyI would not want to be a celebrity after giving birth. The pressure to look perfect while pregnant (I blow up in all the wrong places) and then all the eyes on you after you have the baby — wondering if you’ve “lost the baby weight yet”.

Jessica Simpson seems to be handling herself pretty well — even with the seemingly massive amounts of pressure to lose the weight already. She gave birth to her first daughter Maxwell on May 1st and since she has been working with Weight Watchers as their new spokesperson.

We have seen her head off to the gym, walking around her neighbourhood and shared that she is wanting to lose the weight while trying to be as healthy as she can be. Now, she has shared her latest weight loss strategy with us and paying is it forward!

Jessica tweeted yesterday that she bought herself a pedometer to track her step, saying that “10,000 steps a day = 5 miles”. Not only that, but she purchased one for everyone in her Weight Watchers group as well and encouraged them all to “step it up.”

Jessica shared with PEOPLE that for her,  “there’s not a goal weight I just want to feel normal and fixate on inches.” I really want to set small goals, so I’m constantly reaching goals and not looking at something so far ahead.”

Looks like she is doing just fine for herself and handling the crazy pressure by turning that into helping others.

Photo credit: PRPhotos.com


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