Here we are once again, the time of year when all those delicious foods, sweet desserts and fancy drinks are everywhere we turn. But there is no need to worry, you can still enjoy them all in moderation, tasting something and not over indulging is key and with a calorie burning workout to keep the weight gain down you can simply enjoy your holidays with family and friends.
I believe in a smaller, intimate one on one approach to fitness. I am dedicated to staying focused on my clients individually to help each one reach their health and fitness goals and to keep them on track moving forward to an actual lifestyle change. It is not just about “reaching” the goal at Fit, Healthy and Fabulous, LLC it is about reaching it by learning how to live a healthy lifestyle along the way and keeping it. I want my clients to feel that they are top priority and to be comfortable coming to me with any health or fitness concerns that they may have. The end result should be that they feel fit, toned, have more flexibility and a positive outlook everyday when they get out of bed!
The Following Are a Few Simple Fitness Tips For A Successful New Year Resolution:
Choose an attainable goal for yourself. Choosing to make a fitness resolution year after year that you have been unsuccessful at in the past only sets you up for frustration and failure. The average success rate for New Years resolutions is 20% but there are ways to assure that you will be in that 20% category. Here are a few of my own ideas to get you on your way to your own personal success and how to enjoy exercise and a healthier lifestyle. First of all, I believe that fitness needs to be a part of your everyday life and that you need to give yourself a break and realize that results take time and a lot of effort on your part, most experts agree that it takes about 21 days to create a habit and six months for it to actually become part of your everyday life and you need to mentally prepare yourself for your fitness success. Most people focus on the SCALE and the number that they see for their weight, this is considered one of your “ BAD” habits and it should be the FIRST resolution that you make and keep. It will make you lose focus on your goal when you are too focused on the negative thoughts of your weight.
My advice to people who really want to achieve their fitness goals for 2017 is to start training now and not wait until January when you already have overdone all the extra food, holiday cheer and parties that come with the holiday season, do not wait until you feel bad about your weight and all the excess calories. Avoid going into a fitness resolution full force, this is where the 20% group succeed because they do not start off too accelerated, they start out gradually and make the necessary adjustments that it takes to succeed with their fitness goals. So enjoy the holidays and begin your exercise program now by exercising as you go through the season’s festivities. When 2017 is here you will be ready for the NEXT level of your fitness goal!
Happy Holidays and don’t forget to schedule your Holiday Survival Fitness Routines!