Work out in the morning. While the time of day makes no difference when it comes to results, you’re more likely to make excuses as the day goes on. More on Morning Workouts How to be a morning exerciser? More… Read More ›
Don’t be afraid of fat! Healthy fat, that is. MUFAs, or monounsaturated fatty acids can actually keep you satiated and aid in weight loss. Nuts, seeds, olive oil, olives, avocados, and dark chocolate all make the cut.
Try a fitness tracker on your wrist. There are many options from pricey to less expensive, but one that can track your steps and your workouts can add increased motivation to your fitness journey.
View each day as a clean slate. Practicing self compassion means not beating yourself up after a day that fell short of your healthy living goals. It’s important perspective so that you won’t give up too easily.
Don’t forget to warm up before a workout! Without a proper warm up for your body, you’re likely to exacerbate joint and/or muscle pain and cause injury.