When you do your workouts at home, motivation can quickly fade as things become too routine and start to feel monotonous. Even varying reps, intensity, rest periods and style, you may find yourself just going through the motions and not enjoying your workouts the way you did before the novelty wore off.
Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend, and it’s a day when the entire country has one big party. But game day doesn’t have to be a diet disaster, and I want to offer you tips for a healthy game-day bash. After kickoff, there is no need to forget all your healthy habits that you have worked so hard to put in place. Once again, it is just about proper preparation and having a plan.
I’d like to share some of the things that keep me on track and focused throughout the year. I hope these reminders help you to revisit your New Year’s goals and implement some strategies that will enable you to make 2018 your most successful year yet!
Have you struggled in reaching your goals? Common reasons are lack of time, having an all-or-nothing attitude, inconsistency or not having support. My busy lifestyle makes finding time a real challenge. But this doesn’t get in the way of my goals because I have learned to focus on quality over quantity.
Check out this “No Gym Necessary” circuit that won’t take up a ton of your time, doesn’t need a bunch of equipment and sure doesn’t require you going to the gym. This will allow you to fit in your workouts with ease. Make your gift to yourself a renewed commitment to good health. You deserve it!
Tis the season where sweets and treats are everywhere! We are tempted at the office, at home, at friends, at the bank and just about everywhere we go. This can make it harder to stick to your exercise regimen and nutritional program— but not if you are prepared and have a set plan!
It’s that time of year when you may find yourself digging extra deep for motivation. The sun sets earlier, climate is changing and you find that a cup of coffee by a fire sounds much better than lacing up and getting yourself to the gym.
The mind-body (aka mind-muscle) connection is something that can take your training to another level. There is “working out” and then there is “working out”! I consider the mind-body connection one of the most important aspects of training. Ignoring it can be just about the same as not working out at all.
Halloween is right around the corner, and you know what that means: the treats are everywhere. I wanted to share a few tricks and treats to help you get through Halloween without sabotaging your weight-loss goals.
It is amazing how quickly you shift from summer fruits to fall desserts. Within days, my house was infused by the smell of pumpkin vanilla candles, my kitchen smelled of pumpkin cookies, and pumpkin spice lattes are my new favorite treat. I couldn’t help but get right to baking some of my favorite fall pumpkin cookies.
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