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If you're on a pre-summer health kick, WeightWatchers, or WW, has your back. The cult-favorite wellness program is offering an incredible early Memorial Day deal to help you put yourself, and your health, first right now.
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Now through Tuesday, May 24, you can enjoy a whopping 40% off WW plans, including select digital and hybrid memberships. While the limited-time offer is available to new customers only, rejoining members can still take advantage of healthy savings by entering the coupon code SPRING10 at checkout to rejoin for just $10 per month and get their first month free.
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Ready to jump start your health this summer? During the 40% off sale, you can snag the six-month digital plan—which WW says is its best value option—for just $3.64 a week. During the sale, you'll pay a total of $94.62 instead of the usual $157.70, saving you a whopping $63.08 over the course of six months. Meanwhile, If you want a little more guidance as you embark on your WW wellness journey, consider the Unlimited Workshops + Digital membership, down from $269.70 to just $173.82 for the 6-month plan. The hybrid membership plan lets you attend WW Workshops for personalized support from weight loss and nutrition experts.
Reviewed's deputy head of audience development Rachel Moskowitz tried WW twice and found success the second time around. She lost 30 pounds in the first year and has continued to keep the weight off, using the program to help shed pounds as well as prevent her from gaining the dreaded "quarantine weight."
The program works using a personalized calorie counting system, which you track along with workouts in the app or on the website. Based on your weight, height, gender and age, you'll be given a certain number of SmartPoints per day. Food and drink items are assigned different points based on nutritional value. Food that's high in saturated fat and sugar, for example, would be worth more points, while food high in protein would be less. As you eat and drink, log them to make sure you don't exceed your limit. Moskowitz says the process was tedious at first but quickly became second nature.
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In our comparison with Noom, we found WW to be the better option for those who want to learn more about food and nutrition, as the program offers tons of guidance and structure. Our testers noted that the WW coaching and active social communities may also be beneficial for those who need or appreciate a little extra motivation.
Reviewed lauds WeightWatchers' ability to help you change bad habits and become healthier beyond food, and, for this price, the subscription is even sweeter. If you want to try out this health-conscious membership, just be sure to join fast—this deal certainly won't last.
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