Weight loss goals are very common this time of year.You pigged out during Thanksgiving. You ate too much during the Christmas or Hanukah holiday. Cookies, cakes, candies, pies galore and now you feel bloated and fat right?I, too, know this feeling. Yes, fitness professionals can fall guilty to the temptations of all those delicious smelling and tasty looking foods. Full disclosure, I did too!
New year fitness goals, everyone has them right?Don’t you? I'm sure you must have thought about them by now right? Due to the time of year, I'm sure it's on your mind right?It’s that time of the year again folks.You know, that time of the year where people start thinking about this year and what they can do better in the new year.
Happy new year. I hope everyone is happy and doing well.Now is the most popular time of year to get the body in motion by joining a gym or starting an exercise regimen.If you are new to exercise, please be sure to get approval from your family physician before doing something new and/or different.If you are experienced, break time is over; go ahead and try to kick things up a notch to continue progressing...safely with the aid of your trainer/support system.Remember this, if you don't like to start over, then don't quit in the first place.
Realistic New Years fitness goals are a hot topic right now. Well, not really. Follow me on this one…Realistic New Years fitness goals are always a hot topic at the beginning of a new year. Whether they are realistic or not is another story, lol! However, I am going to help you make Realistic New Years fitness goals. Here are three ways to ensure that your New Years fitness goals are realistic.
As this year comes to a close and we are ready to begin the New Year, most of us vow to make major changes in the coming weeks. We attempt to live a healthier life, without taking the time to reflect on what that “healthier life” will look and feel like. We think we need to change everything at once, but the fact is this is not realistic and we find our willpower depleted after a few weeks and give up.
Discovering your why is our blog topic for this week. With a new year on the horizon, I could not think of a better time to talk about your why! It is a time for us to reflect on the year that has passed and get excited (I hope) for a new year to come. Discovering your why is important in helping you decide which resolutions (goals) you will make.
You know the drill. January comes along and it’s time to set some healthy fitness goals for yourself for the next 365 days. Maybe 2014 was a good year for you, but chances are that there were certain things you set out to do which never materialized.So what’s wrong?