I love Christmas time! For me, it’s a time of year when I relax a little bit and enjoy the festivities.
There’s lot to look forward to!
Meeting with friends and family… Soaking up the atmosphere at Christmas markets with mulled wine and hot cider... Christmas dinner…Boxing day leftovers…
We’ve also got our East Coast Fitness Christmas party coming up and we’ll be having a few beers with our members to celebrate everyones success this year.
I think it’s really important to enjoy this time of year, but if you want to stay fit and healthy over Christmas there has to be a limit to how much partying and over-indulging you do. You have to have a good BALANCE between enjoying the festivities and being healthy. And some self-control so that December doesn’t turn into a full month of over eating and inactivity, because that will do your health no good at all!
Here’s some of my tips for getting the right balance, so that you don’t put too much weight on over Christmas.
Can you believe Christmas is on the horizon?!
Since this is the time of year that most people's goals take a back seat …
I’ve got a mini checklist to help you STAY ON TRACK so you don’t feel like you need to start all over again on 1st Jan.
Your mission: feeling ahead of all your goals when 2023 comes around!
These 6 simple steps (that you can start doing RIGHT NOW) go a long way toward keeping your momentum up.
And even better: you’ll feel AMAZING along the way.
Are you struggling to maintain the exercise routine you managed to perfect in the summer months?
You're not alone!
Getting yourself into the gym or heading out for a run on cold dark mornings and evenings takes a lot more motivation than it might do in July.
Here’s 5 of my top tips to help you stay in shape now the temperature has dropped and the days are shorter: