Several things to address. First off, all quiet on the western front? Yes, I live in the western suburbs of Chicago and we are in a time of battle because life is short and love abounds. Secondly, Day 5 number two? Yes, since the original 10-day challenge start, I have done a restart in order to accompany a few clients in our 3D December challenge. Basically, four 7-day challenges. For challenge number one, I decided to write down everything I eat and drink and at what time. Many lessons have been learned already.
By the smallest of margins Day 1 was a success. Ramped up for Day 2, it was odd to me that again I had to be really focused to fulfill the 70oz water requirement. On Day 2, I ran for 10 minutes between my last two clients. On Day 3, I went back to the jump rope. All consumption since the start has been according to plan. I eat my meals and then it's over. For the remainder of the challenge, I hope to make healthier/lower cal food choices, try to do more than the 10-minute bare minimum, and continue to push the H2O. Thanks all for now. If t
As we wind up this past year (check your calendar, it’s almost over), we can take a look back at what we set out to do.Did you know that in 2012 over 60% of Americans made the resolution to loose weight? Over 30% said they were going to exercise more. Another statistic is that about 35% of these resolutions were broken by January 7th! Why to we struggle so much with these goals? Well, there actually are answers…There are 5 stages to making a lifestyle change: