I implore all my readers and avid fitness enthusiasts to make a renewed effort to make a commitment to themselves to 'keep it together during the 'filling' holidays. For December, use less refined sugars, less sugary drinks and eat less complex carbohydrates . Take in a little more protein, raw vegetables, fiber and water.Live life on purpose and recognize that failure is the chance to do better next time so always strive to achieve your goals no matter what they are.Fergie!
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I met Mr. Wetter at the resort I work at a number of years ago. He hired me to train him on the Pilates Reformer and we hit it off immediately. I never thought about calling him by his first name, nor his wife; it was always, "Mr. Wetter". He introduced me to his wife as "Mrs. Wetter" and it just was that way.
The New Year is right around the corner and it is time for those resolutions again. For many, the New Year means changing bad habits into good habits. If only it was that easy, right?With over 10 years under my belt as a trainer, I see and hear unrealistic promises, all the time.Some examples are:* Next year, I will give up sugar.* Next year I will lose 50 pounds.* Next year, I will exercise everyday.* Next year I will quit smoking.* Next year I will not eat any carbs (this one is one of my favorites : )
As we close out 2012, I hope you join me in taking time to reflect and acknowledge all that you DID accomplish and what went WELL over the past eleven months. We are our strongest critic and the mind can take on a harsh tone and hold our intentions to the standard of perfection instead of growth and flow. I wanted to leave you with questions and statements that I am working within my own practice. I love this time of year - although December is filled with dates, events, gatherings and rituals of all kinds, it's also an ideal time to reflect on what's working, what
This is a great mix of the Italian Classic Chicken Parm AND meatloaf!! Plus when portioned into muffin tins you have total control over your portions! I add extra veggies into mine to make it extra nutritious. You can opt to leave out the veggies and keep it classic! Ingredients:1lb ground chicken1 egg1 egg white1 cup whole grain bread crumbs1/2 small onion chopped1 cup chopped mushrooms1 cup chopped spinach1 cup diced tomatoes3/4 cup parmesan cheesebasiloreganothyme