You can overwhelm yourself with giant resolutions that feel right the week before the new year and then quickly become too much too soon, or this year can be different! You can start 2022 with an action plan that is a lot more doable. I suggest you decide on priorities instead of resolutions. This is a lot less stressful and they are more manageable. Declaring you want to lose weight is a resolution. Deciding you want to focus on exercising twice a week is setting a priority.
Since starting Refire Fitness, I have been told that the best marketing for my business was transformation pictures. (You know those side by sides you see in every infomercial for any fitness/health product ever). That in order to get people to “buy” into my services, I had to market pictures of my client’s success with weight loss and body transformations. And that always made me feel…icky. It just didn’t feel right to me. I mean, I’m super proud when client’s transform thei
I'm a firm believer in habit building and a great habit to work on is eating more foods your prepared yourself! It can feel complicated if you're starting out, so here's a great formula to follow that will ease you into this habit! Pick Your Protein:
Choose lean meats and fish including chicken, eggs, ham, turkey, tuna, flank steak, shrimp, black beans, cheese, peanut butter, etc... Pack on the Veggies
Your options are endless! Pick your favourites and pack a small portion
If I had to pick one place to start when it comes nutrition, I would have to go with: Cook Your Own Food. It's the easiest way to have control over what you are eating and gets you really thinking about what your choosing to eat. If you cook your own food, you need to shop for your own food.
You need to plan meals and snacks.
You need to look at your schedule and determine what you need.
It's the one thing that forces you to really be a part of and hands on with your food
The great thing about fitness is that there is no one right way to do it! You can find and do what works for you and it can be as flexible as you need it to be. There is no rule that you have to stress about carving out an hour a day to workout - you can break it up however you need - as long as you do it! If you work full-time, are a parent, a caregiver or if you just have a heavy schedule it can feel like you just can't make your physical health a priority. But you can! Her