Welcome to my Blog about fitness, workouts, diet and about my personal fitness journey
We all have different style for everything in life, different values, different goals, but we all do have something in common. We all want to be healthy & happy.
There is nothing better than the feeling of new beginnings and taking time to plan and do exciting new things. This blog is about my plans for Fitness Journey in 2017.
I bet you all noticed an increase in my activities in the last few months! I love fitness and encouraging others to be fit and healthy so I am putting all my energy into creating great classes and challenges for you.
Here's what's coming in 2017...
Keep your eyes peeled for more challenges/classes and online programmes throughout the year!
We will be starting early with getting you on track for BIKINI SEASON with challenges that are going to be in different levels. Make sure you join them as that will give you focus to work on yourself continuously from the beginning of the year and have nothing to worry about when bikini season comes :)
In April I am starting a new nutrition course to become a fully qualified nutritionist. The most exciting thing is that it is one year of studying, but the most importantly the course is dealing with behavioural change and phychology of clients, which I have seen is the most important thing in someone's life changing journey. So this will a perfect addition to my knowledge and service.
Could I ask you for a favour if you could help me spread the word and keep sharing my Facebook page, as I would just love to help out much more people out there and your help would be so much apprecited!
I would also love to wish you a very Merry Christmas and to spend the most amazing time with people you love!
Sending you all best wishes and once again, thank you for all your support :)
It’s a familiar story we hear year on year. You spend all year working hard to get in good physical shape only for the Christmas period to come along and it ruins your hard work. This leads to countless New Year Resolutions trying to reverse the damage of an excessive week of overeating and drinking or in some cases the whole month December.
Here are my top tips for surviving the Xmas period but still allowing yourself to enjoy the festivities. Don’t worry you wont have to lock yourself away upstairs with just salad and water.
The first thing we seem to lose sight of at Christmas is portion control. So fill your plate with protein and vegetables first. Try to avoid overeating at each meal and only eat until you feel satisfied. Most people get excited all year about the thought of a large roast turkey dinner and thats fine, enjoy it. But then try to manage the meals around the main event. You don't need to have a large breakfast as well. Have a good fats and protein breakfast of eggs and smoked salmon to keep you full until lunch.
The house will also no doubt be full of countless other naughty treats. Again exercise portion control and restraint. Take a set portion of Quality Street and stick to that amount. So take maybe a handful from the tin to enjoy on Xmas day but then leave the tin well away and only eat what you have. It’s too easy to have an open tin next to you and before you know it the whole tin is gone during the Queens speech.
Alongside excessive food Christmas is also a prime opportunity for excessive alcohol. Again it is important to exercise portion control to ensure we guard against unnecessary weight gain. Alcoholic drinks are high in calories and our body will prioritise the breakdown of alcohol ahead of food leading to an increase in fat storage. Aim to drink a pint of water in between each alcoholic drink to ensure you stay hydrated and to ensure you are drinking at a steady pace. Drinking a large amount of alcohol will also lead to making poor food choices throughout the day.
Exercise is the first thing to get wiped from your agenda over the Xmas period, but try to enjoy your rest days. It will be a good opportunity for your body to recover and gear itself up to hit January hard. However, try to stay as active as possible with your daily activities. Go for a long walk with the family, spend as much time playing with the new toys as the children and try not to stay slumped on the sofa for too long. By increasing your daily activity levels you will be surprised how many calories you can burn. Aim to use your free time in between Christmas and New Year to enjoy the gym before all the January crowd come in. Try not to let the rest days over the Christmas period spill over into a week long hiatus.
Try adding some shorter workout on the 24th and 25th of December to aid your waist line. Simply wake up 40 minutes earlier stick on your trainers and go for a gentle run or cycle to start the day by burning some of the food from the day before.
Finally ensure you are getting good quality sleep. If you are using the Christmas period as a recovery phase then good quality sleep is an essential part of that. Aim to get 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep. To help with good quality sleep try to stop drinking alcohol 2 hours before you aim to go to sleep. That means setting yourself a target time to hit the sack. You really don't need to stay up that extra hour to watch your favourite program for the 47th time! This is especially important on the 24th as you need to ensure you are in bed before Father Christmas visits.
Wishing you a wonderful Xmas!
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Give yourself the best Xmas present to start fitter and healthier 2017!
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