Most people would assume that successful individuals can afford better food, access to healthcare, a pricey gym membership, and so on. There’s no debating those things, and saying that successful people tend to be healthier probably sounds like a pretty obvious statement.
Your weight loss plan will set off a chain reaction of positive changes in your life, from improved health to the need for a new wardrobe. It should also prompt you to revamp your kitchen. However, instead of new curtains or hand towels, you should be thinking about changes that support your new, healthier lifestyle.
Whether you are participating in a weight loss plan, or training for a competitive event, exercise is a big part of your overall objectives. But sometimes it can become difficult to talk yourself into exercise, after a long day at the office and the stress of daily life. Try these three simple tricks to stay motivated, and as always, give us a call if you need nutritional advice or support.
In the health and fitness world, fads tend to come and go every few years. Often these trends can get pretty silly; just picture those late-night infomercials and you know what we’re talking about. You’ve probably witnessed a few friends who shelled out big bucks for some “weight loss secret” that never worked. Or maybe you’re nodding your head and laughing, because you’ve fallen victim to a few of these schemes yourself.
Exercise is important for everyone, whether you’re trying to lose weight or just want to stay healthy. A gym membership can certainly help you accomplish that goal. After all, a good gym will offer high-tech equipment, fun classes, and personal trainers who help you learn about fitness.
You had a great week at work, the kids are doing fantastic in school, and you’ve just accomplished a special goal. How do you celebrate? You reward yourself with food.