Who doesn’t love a good summer BBQ? Surrounding yourself with friends and family, firing up the grill or smoker, you have yourself the makings of a good time. Cross your fingers for some good weather that cooperates, and you’re set. The downside is, for many, a summer BBQ leads to the scale creeping up unexpectedly the following day because you didn’t eat healthy at the party and the fun you had quickly transitions into regret. Well, not this time!
In college everyone expected to see the Freshman 15 run rampant across campus and you’d go home and joke about eating (and drinking) a little too much but all the good times that were had and dumb decisions that were made. Times have changed and in the blink of an eye college campuses are closed and students are learning from home. Now, everyone seems to be talking about the Quarantine 15. While it’s all fun and games talking about putting on weight from eating one (or 13) too many snacks during the day, adding even a few extra pounds can be enough to pull your hair out – especially if your gym isn’t open yet and your home workouts have been, well… nonexistent.