Hey all!! So we are 13 whole days into the New Year! So how are you doing? If you’re still not checking things off your; new year, new me list, get on it! With fitness and health goals, the sooner you start, the BETTER! Give yourself plenty of time to mess up, fall off the wagon, and pick back up again! 75% of success is just showing up right?! So if you haven’t thrown out the ice cream and joined a gym, do it ASAP! Trust me, you don’t want to wait until mid February to start getting in shape for spring break, it’ll be ugly and too stressful! What are you waiting for? Get started TODAY 💪😁
Well, it’s that time again. That time of year where everyone makes a list of things they want to try or change in the new year. Without pulling from real statics, I think it’s safe to say most will add “losing weight” or “getting in shape” somewhere on that list. If you’re one of them, I hope you mean it! Get started today though, why wait until January 2? Get a head start and mentally prepare yourself for the journey. Perhaps you can even get a few friends to get started with you? The more, the merrier 😅😜! Good luck and have a happy new year!
Are you working out and eating properly today? If your answer is “No” or “I’ll do it tomorrow”, I’m going to tell you to get out of your own way! If you have 30-45 minutes, you can get in a workout. Planned on eating fast food on your lunch break or just skipping lunch entirely? You’re only making it harder on yourself. Plan your meals, take your lunch and go for a walk! It’s that simple. Now GO!
Common mistake people make when trying to lose weight: under eating. Starving yourself is one of THE worst things you can do.💀
Did you know you can get an awesome workout without a gym membership? Get yourself some dumbbells and an exercise ball and you’re all set! If you’re a beginner to weight training, I’d recommend tension bands to start off with instead of weights. All of these items are less than $30 total (unless you buy heavier dumbbells, than it may be around $45)! Go online and look up a routine and how to execute the moves properly. Training at home WILL take a lot of motivation, but so will going to a gym. The difference is you’re not stuck paying a monthly fee for something you’re not using, so it’s up to you to decide which way is better. If neither works for you, try finding a bootcamp in your area or join a networking group involved in fitness. There is always a way to workout, you just have to get up and get moving! Be blessed, healthy, and happy!