I am sure everyone has heard of this rule- 80% of your fat loss is nutrition, 20% is exercise. I have even read that 80% is nutrition, 10% is exercise and 10% is genetics. Either way the nutrition, the fuel you put into your body, tremendously impacts what you look and feel like.
Thanks to the motivation of my clients and putting into practice some get-it-done tricks of the trade, I was able to create and distribute a simple 10-Day Health Challenge card last week. If you did not get one, email me and I will send you the electronic version. The primary purpose of the card is to teach us something about ourselves that will help us in the long run (an educational tool).
New Years, Pre-holiday, Monday, tomorrow...
How about today?
We are what we eat AND DO. It's what we done AND EATEN to this point that has made us. "I am what I am", but the choice is mine.
Application: Think ahead, commit, adjust if necessary, experience success, repeat.
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, I realize that I was inspired more than once over the past thirty days, by stories like the one I am about to share with you. People like Jill, the shining star of this blog post, can teach us all a bit about what it means to engage in our own wellness story. Read on and see if you agree.
For the last 4 weeks I have had the opportunity to run another Urban Boot Camp. Urban Boot Camp (UBC) is held outdoors from 0430-0530, Monday thru Friday. We are outside unless rain or lightning becomes a safety issue. Programming is such that all fitness levels will be satisfied with the intensity.
Yes, I am deathly afraid of consuming fresh fish. Maybe it is a lineage from Iowa (cows, pigs and chickens galore, although my grandparents also fish and eat trout). Maybe it is growing up and living in New Mexico (I can't see the ocean!). But my husband and daughter love salmon, I have twice over the past 15 years tried and enjoyed it, and I could not STAND another year being anxious about diving into a new but also healthy food habit.