Try this: Stand on one foot while wrapping the other leg around the straight leg. Now do a full squat all the way to the ground. Difficult? Now do it in a room that’s 105F degrees and 40% humidity. Sound like fun?
It can be a daunting task to figure out what, when, and how much to eat. My first recommendation is that people track their food and beverage intake for a week. I suggest they track every bite of steak, forkful of spaghetti, handful of M&M’s and glass of wine they consume, along with the time at which they consumed the food. At the end of the week, often people are surprised by the results.
The leaves are changing color, there’s a nip in the air, and all the stores are stocked with holiday decorations. ‘Tis the season for colds and flu. Have you noticed more people sneezing, sniffling, and coughing lately? Should I still work out, even though I have a cold and don’t feel 100% healthy?
You train 4-5 days a week, you have a close, personal relationship with the treadmill, you cook all your food for the week every Sunday, and your cooler doubles as your purse most days. You’re happy that you’re making great progress on your goal. But how do you cope when life events get in the way?
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