Simple but effective tips to get your spring fitness program on track and get you healthier fitter & stronger
tip 1 - get moving
Start simple: skip a couple of stops on the tram, train or bus and walk the rest of the way, get up half an hour earlier and go for a walk around the block . Join a gym, PT or group fitness program. What ever it is , by getting your heart pumping and getting out there you’re going to find that your overall health and wellbeing will improve.
tip 4 - create change
It's as easy to form good habits as it is to make bad ones. Make positive adjustments and break the cycle of old habits to create endless possibilities for change and give you a healthier fitter stronger future
tip 2 - think about what you eat
Take a good long look at what you are eating. Is it as good for you as it could be?
Healthy eating is all about Logic & Moderation.
Eat regularly, don't skip meals - especially breakfast; eat slowly - you'll know when you feel full and won't overeat; limit fats sugar salt and fizzy drinks; avoid takeaway.
tip 5 - track your progress
Write it down. Keep a training diary, a food journal, an activity log. These are exceptional motivational tools. You can look back over them and see how well you've been doing, and you can keep track of any areas that might still need a bit of work.
tip 3 - set some goals
Decide what it is you want to achieve.
It can be many things or one thing.
Weight loss, Fitness. Healthier body shape. Pain or injury management, Strength. Specific skills.
Whatever it is, work out manageable steps to get you there. Keep it realistic, keep it relevant. write it down. Set a time frame.
bonus tip - balance
Find the right balance between work fitness health relaxation Focus on the things that matter. Look at the bigger picture and don't sweat the small stuff.
As areas of your life become more settled then in turn it's easier to work on other areas.