29 Simple Ways To Be Fit


Far too often fitness is presented as complicated and confusing. 

Nothing could be farther from the truth. 

Being fit comes from living the following simple everyday practices. Print this list and place it somewhere that you'll see every day - choose ONE and pursue it until it's a habit, THEN move on to another.

 

_ Throw out your big dinner plates. Using small plates at home effortlessly reduces calorie intake and promotes weight loss.

 

_ Make exercise a regular part of your life. Create a network of accountability with workout partners or by working with me, your local fitness expert.

 

_ Know what you want to accomplish. Visualize the end result of your hard work.

 

_ Believe in you. I know that you CAN accomplish your goals.

 

_ Don't be a wimp. Keep the intensity high during your workouts. Remember that you don't want to kill time; you want to burn calories and strengthen your body through intense exercise.

 

_ Drink water all day long.

 

_ Know when to ask for help.  

 

_ Incorporate High Intensity Interval Training into your routine by doing bursts of high intensity rather than exercising at a single steady pace.

 

_ Maintain your metabolism by eating a healthy snack or meal every three hours. This food should be unprocessed, low in fat and high in fiber.

 

_ Forget will-power; it's about WANT-power. How badly do you want it.

 

_ Reduce (and eliminate) processed foods. These items are high in empty calories and contain a plethora of chemicals that are harmful to your health.

 

_ Fat contains twice the caloric density of carbohydrates and protein, so limit the amount of it that you eat. Fill your diet with lean protein and carbohydrates from leafy plants and whole grains.

 

_ It's OK to be a skeptic. Watch out for products that are labeled as ‘health food'. Always read the nutrition labels and make your own informed opinion.

 

_ Talk is cheap. Act now and get the job done.

 

_ Exercise with people that are in better shape than you. This will encourage you to push your limits. But don't compare yourself - they're not better than you, just further along on their journey.

 

_ Never indulge in negative self-talk.

 

_ Don't drink calories.

 

_ Pay attention to everything that you eat, but don't punish yourself.

 

_ Keep consistent. Exercise at least three or four times each week.

 

_ Expect more from yourself.

 

_ Avoid High Fructose Corn Syrup. It spikes your blood sugar levels and encourages your body to store fat.

 

_ Eat plenty of whole plant foods. Vegetables, fruits and whole grains are filled with fiber and antioxidants, great for good health and weight loss.

 

_ Do your cardiovascular exercise on different days than weight training to encourage more fat burn. Your body gets better during recovery, so there's no point to overdoing it.

 

_ Breakfast should be a balance of carbohydrates, protein and fat to get your metabolism going strong - the right carbs at the right times. (You'll learn about this in Transformation 101.)

 

_ If you know that you deserve better...then go get it. If you don't, then let's help you get there.

 

_ Challenge yourself during each workout. Try something new and exciting.

 

_ Set specific, measurable goals and track your progress.

 

_ Even if they are whole grain, eat carbohydrates sparingly. Carbohydrates are quickly stored as fat.

 

_ Put an end to your struggle to get and stay fit by overcoming your self-sabotage.

 

Not sure where to start? Or having trouble changing your behavior? If you don't know why you make the choices you do, or you don't know how to impact your behavior, you're doomed to stay forever on the viscous cycle of poor results. Learn how to change this with our online workshop training!



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