I’ve seen it hundreds of times. Someone doesn’t commit to a workout plan or a “diet”, and then they give up, claiming it doesn’t work. I’ve seen people workout once or twice a week, or whenever they “feel” like it, and then claim that program didn’t work for them. I’ve …
Truth is, if we stay in the area where we are comfortable, we will plateau, never getting any better. And chances are we will give up, and we will never see what our bodies are capable of, which is such a shame… you would be surprised what your body is capable of!
Realize that is not someone else’s responsibility. You alone are responsible for what you let stop you. It’s all about you, your mindset, and what you will allow to get in the way of your goals.
We have discussed before that the best nutritional method of weight loss is eating the right portions of every food group. Unless it’s medically necessary, the best route is to never cut out any food group from your diet. You may say, “What about carbs? I thought carbs were bad …
How many times have you gone on a diet only to gain all the weight back? How many different diets have you tried? How many different fad diets have you heard about in your lifetime?
Most people convince themselves they cannot afford to eat healthy. It can be a challenge. And it can seem like a lot of money. But it does not have to be as expensive as we make ourselves believe.
There is a movement in Abaco. Can you feel it? Have you noticed it? Have you joined it yet? Yes, there is a movement starting in Abaco. It is a movement towards fitness and health. And it is not a moment too soon!
We have talked about how to get started with a fitness routine; now we need to discuss the importance of rest. For some, this is not an issue. But for others this is a big issue that we may not even know is an issue.
How many times have we decided to “diet” by eating significantly less? We cut out breakfast, eat a small lunch and dinner with no snacks. Maybe we drink a shake for each meal instead of real food. Maybe we stick to less than 1000 calories a day.
Congratulations! You realize you need to make a change. You want to start eating healthier and become more active. You may even have started. But how do you stick to it?