What could be more frustrating than not seeing the scale drop despite days or weeks of seemingly doing everything right? After all that hard work— all the treats you avoided, all the willpower you maintained, all the time spent at the gym— how could you not have lost any weight?
If you’re looking to get back on track, don’t overwhelm yourself by feeling you have to be in the gym for 90 minutes a day, five days a week. Start out small, and before you know it, working out will become a part of your daily routine again. You’ll be fitter, healthier and happier, and then it will be you who wonders why others can’t find the time to do the same.
Eating healthier doesn’t have to be overwhelming. If you want to adopt healthy habits that will last, then the easiest way to do it is by making small, gradual changes. Don’t expect too much from yourself too soon— it takes about a month for any new action to become habit.
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole shares some tips for drinking more water throughout the day and how much water to drink. Check out the video and give these a try this week!
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole shares four healthier snack options that can help cure your sweet cravings and stay on track with your diet. Check out the video and give these a try this week!
In this week’s episode, 4-time Figure Olympia Champion Nicole Wilkins answers YOUR questions about: increasing endurance and aerobic capacity, eating around workouts, increasing energy for a workout and top tips for tight, toned legs.
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole demonstrates a front raise using a cable with rope handle. This is a perfect exercise for sculpting the fronts of your shoulders. Check out the video and add this to your next upper body workout!
In this week’s episode, 4-time Figure Olympia Champion Nicole Wilkins answers YOUR questions about: leaning out, knee health and how to keep from cheating on your diet.
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole demonstrates a high pulling using a cable with rope handles. This is a great exercise to work the rear deltoids. Check out the video and add this to your next shoulder workout!