Unfortunately, long-term health and fitness solutions are not “sexy” and you need to start planning your future health while you’re still in your 30s.
Today we are talking about getting your mind (and life) in order before beginning any training or nutrition program in the new year. So many people make huge changes in their lives (moving, having a baby, starting a new job) and decide to tack on a new fitness program at the same time. Sadly this rarely works out and people end up dropping out of the fitness program very quickly.
Today we discuss the common mistakes people make starting an overambitious new fitness plan in the new year. From deciding to follow trendy, sexy, “30-day programs” posted by Instagram influencers, to skipping important assessment steps, jumping right into these short-term programs that promise a quick fix will set you up for long-term failure.
Today we discuss some of the biggest reasons that people drop their New Year’s resolutions. From being overzealous and creating enormous goals that cannot be achieved easily or quickly, to setting goals that are made to please others instead of yourself, we will go over some of the ways you can dial back your New Year’s resolutions to make them more enjoyable, achievable, and realistic.
Today we discuss our tips and tricks for eating well when crunched for time. From utilizing a slow-cooker to preparing large batches to use throughout the week, we’ll give you our best ideas for creating a routine, saving time, and planning better so you can eat good food no matter how busy you are.