Published on July 1st, 2015 | by Admin0
5 Tips for a Fit Happy Healthier New You
When it comes to the health and fitness, sometimes we tend to overthink.
Use some or all of these tips and get results. Keep it simple!
#1 – Never compare yourself
Comparing yourself to others is a sure fire way to set yourself up for failure. Just because your friend is taking every cardio class at the gym or eating a certain way, doesn’t mean necessarily mean it is right for you. Know your body and what works best for you and your body type.
#2 – Stay well hydrated
As soon as your feet hit the ground in the morning, have a glass of water. Having a glass of water when you rise will flush toxins from the night before and rev your metabolism to start your day. Don’t forget to stay well hydrated throughout the day.
#3 – Don’t overdo the exercise
If you over exercise and don’t allow for proper recovery, your body can become extremely fatigued. Extra stress on the body without proper rest and adequate recovery time, can lead to adrenal fatigue. Adrenal fatigue can easily lead to over eating.
#4 – Use your rest days wisely
If you tend to be an overachiever like many fitness enthusiasts, it can be hard to take a day off from the gym. Use rest days to prepare your meals ahead of time; this will prevent you from scurrying around through the week and you’ll be able to focus on your fitness goals.
#5 – Don’t starve yourself
Know your daily caloric needs and make sure you hit them; this is crucial on training days. Not meeting your caloric needs on training days will leave you drained and fatigued; it can easily set you up for disaster on your rest days by overeating.
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