From all the sweet potato casseroles and candy canes, it’s no surprise that the holidays can be a diet disaster for some. To find out the full effects, we asked 1500 men (750 millennials/750 Gen X) the following three questions…
- How much weight did you put on over the holidays?
- What do you usually do to lose weight after the holidays?
- How much would you be willing to spend on yourself to lose weight?
Below is a snapshot of our findings, but to view our full results highlighting how millennials and Gen X compare, download our white paper.
How much weight did men put on? From our results, just over a quarter of those asked (27%) said that they put on an extra 4-6 lbs over the holidays.
Whether it’s opting for a side salad over dauphinoise potatoes, or taking the stairs instead of the escalator there are various ways for us to lose weight. By asking “What do you usually do to lose weight after the holidays?” we seen that 47% intend to exercise more frequently.
By asking “How much would you be willing to spend on yourself to lose weight” we found that 46% of men will be spending between $1-$99
For a full breakdown of the results, showing how millennials compare to Gen X, download our White Paper.
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