Have you made a new year's resolution? To be honest, I do not; because, every single day is the time to do something.Back in the day when I did try the resolution thing, I would overwhelm myself with many new ideas, only to fall off the wagon. Later, what worked, was when I stuck to one goal and gave it my all.So, to all of you who are frustrated or trying very hard, maybe you should prioritize; pick one goal to work towards. For those of you who are achieving your goal, keep up the great work.
Last week I wrote about why you might not want to join a gym as part of your New Year’s resolution. Now I want to be clear about the fact that I’m not discouraging gym membership for those who will truly use it. However, I’ve seen so many people sign up for year long memberships and quit after four to six weeks that I’d just like everyone to slow down a bit before they get stuck with an automatic debit to their credit card every month for a year.
I have a new client! My husband!! I have him doing cardio three days a week. I try to do it with him. When he is on the treadmill, I am on the elipitical then we switch the next day. He's a trooper!Our spin facility is coming along slowly. I am doing spin with one client that is not to sure if she likes it or not. Sort of a love/hate relationship. She loves the calorie burn but hates the work. Story of our lives.I hope everyone is on track with their new year's resolutions. If not, try again!!
I often try to remind clients that in the area of health and wellness it is okay to be extremely driven and motivated but if you never relax and enjoy life, if you are so motivated that it controls your every move all the time, then you are playing with fire or inevitable disaster and besides that, what's the point. Sorry for the run-on sentence. As cliche as it sounds, improved fitness is like any other self betterment endeavors, it is a journey with ups and downs, swerves and curves. Focus on where your going and why. "Deep health does not come from a bottle or pill.
Commitment..Never Stop Training..If we continue to do our part, others will fallow..Never underestimate the power of a role model..Good health comes from healthy habits..Get used to feeling good..Never ever stop training..