All of the excess sugar of the season has probably caught up to you and has made you feel slowed-down. It's a time that we don't just try to excerise more, but we often try to eat healthier, or finally start that new diet. I urge you to not hop on to a fad and stress your system with too much sudden exercise and not enough of the right nutrition, but to start that new healthy eating habit slowly. Choose moments during the week that you an improve upon realistially- maybe you start cooking 3x/week or always make your own breakfast, and only have that latte from Dunkies 2x instead of 5x.... these are the ways to make real change. If you try to do too much all at once, it becomes overwhelming, and easy to slip back into old behavior patterns. So think about what you'd like to change- where's a good place to start? Let's talk so I can help you see a "new you" a little more clearly and realistically this new year!
Check out the story by Charles Upshaw- his story is inspiring, and his achievement was a challenge. Your goal is not so far off-Just a reminder that you don't have to overwhelm yourself, start with one goal & stick with it:
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Check-out my BOSTON ATHLETIC CLUB Blog this month and some great articles by my co-worker, Brandon, including this one on stress: