2012 goal to become more flexible. You betcha. Definitely. Check. Beware the common misperception that resolutions don't work. They often do.Other: Better nutrition habits for me and my family. Check. I am a student, not just a teacher. Fitness is more than exercise. Education and application helps me to help others.Lastly, more action and less fear to leave something good for something better. Yep. What will you risk leaving and gaining this year?
Hello, everyone! Don't forget to include a well balanced diet with any fitness resolution this coming year. Alway's remember it is 80% diet, 15% exercise, and 5% heredity. You cannot do anything about heredity but have 100% control of your diet and exercise. Your exercise helps regulate your metabolism so your diet will be of greater benefit. Watching your diet is critical because it is easier to consume 2,000 calories than to work off 2,000 calories.
Posted by Don Austin @ Sunday, December 30, 2012 @ 18:14pm
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If you’ve had a desire to exercise but just can’t seem to “get it together” you are not alone. Organization is one of the greatest obstacles to creating a regular exercise habit. The following tips have helped me and many others create a lasting, fulfilling exercise program. Tip 1: Develop Your Why
Posted by Tonia Hayes @ Sunday, December 30, 2012 @ 12:28pm
Well another Christmas is past! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! I have started back with the food plan since I ate A LOT of cookies over the break. I am not one on new year resolutions, but each year I focus on healthy living. When someone tells me they want to loose weight, I suggested focusing on eating healthy and daily exercise. They don't have to run a marathon, just do something! If you follow this lifestyle, you will loose weight and feel better.
Make some goals and strive to reach them.You may you choose to lose weight, get fit, quit smoking, reduce stress or wish to achieve something important to you.Remove the phrase, "I will try to..."" and change it to "I will ...".Be prepared for bad days or relapses and have a backup plan.Don't quit. It takes 21 days to develop a positive habit.
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