Your thoughts can contribute to your body image. The more positive reflection you do each day, the better results you will have. I highly recommend starting a journal where you can start out each day writing down the success you will have with your fitness and nutrition throughout the day. Here is an example:
I am healthy.
This post was inspired by social media, the internet, and people I meet everyday just trying to find their way to eating better, weight loss, the secret elixir to the healthy life. Here's a scenario that we all have either seen, been a part of on either the receiving end or the one giving advice. It's the dreaded internet nutriton question. "How do I lose weight"? Might seem like a harmless question, but far too often people who are extremely unqualified to answer like to chime in as naturally they are just trying to help.
Anyone who plays sport regularly, or keeps himself or herself fit by going to the gym or exercising, knows how annoying it is to get injured. Unfortunately though, it will most likely happen during your lifetime. There are various types of injuries that can happen and for this article; I thought I’d write about some of the most common sports injuries that can happen and how best to prevent them from happening. Groin Pull
Did you know that each person needs at least 7 servings of fruits and vegetables per day? Are you getting enough servings for you and your family at the grocery store? If each person needs at least 7 servings a day, for 7 days, and this is for everyone in your family, figure it out“
Sonia’s family = 6 people x 7 servings per day = 42 servings per day x 7 days per week = 294 servings per week. WOW! That’s a lot of fruit and vegetables!
It’s hard enough for you and I to get enough fruits and vegetable in. So, how do we get our kids to eat enough of them?
Happy New Year! This is a time of year when most Americans resolve to lose weight, manage debt/save money, get a better job, get fit, eat right, improve their marriage, better quality time with family, read the Bible, get a better education, drink less pop, drink less alcohol, quit smoking, reduce stress overall, take a trip, or volunteer to help others. Only 8% of people who make New Year’s resolutions actually follow through.
I believe in making small changes that you can live with forever. That’s why I came up with a little challenge called the 250/250 Challenge.
Thursday and Friday are going to be the hottest days this week. Make those your gym days (indoor workouts). Try an upper body resistance workout Thursday and a lower body workout on Friday the 1st. Get outside Saturday and run hike or bike.