The holidays are over; and now it’s time to get back into your exercise routine. Let us help get you started back on the road to good health!
2.Take A Photo Of Yourself And Tape It To The Fridge
There’s nothing like a quick glance at reality to stop you from snacking. Speaking of snacking, you may want to put a photo on the pantry door as well. Click here to learn more
4.Keep A Food Journal
Keep a log of everything you put in your mouth. You’ll see patterns … both good and bad. Food journals can really help you track your progress and help you with your meal planning. Click here to learn more
7.Develop A Realistic Workout. Don’t Set Yourself Up For Failure.
Decide what you want to achieve with your exercise program. Are you looking for strengthening, muscle building or weight loss? Enlist the help of a professional to set up the correct set of exercises.