Think yourself Fit
With the New Year looming and all of the Christmas parties in full swing it can be really easy to give up on all of the work you’ve put in this year. But fear not as long as you adopt the right attitude you can make it out the other side unscathed.
Have in the front of your mind how much you have accomplished plus all that you’re yet to achieve. Ensure you have a clear set of goals, this will enhance productivity also motivation to conquer the fitness fit list that was created by yourself. Think your self fit, everything is created in the mind then in reality. With the right mindset you are sure to a much better chance of staying on track in tis festive season.
I’ve always believed that it’s much easier to be consistent with training rather than to adopt a start stop approach. Remember a little something is better than a whole load of nothing when it comes to exercise. A 15-minute interval session will do a world of good compared to a session missed. Balance Is essential, so why not aim to create time to fit in some training plus be social with your friend’s and family. Or even go one better and invite them to the gym with you. Give yourself the best shot at success by planning ahead, getting together some sort of training pattern will ensure your goal still seem attainable as we head into the new year.
Get prepared Mentally with a list of obstacles that may stand in your way and then a solution to each of them, think damage limitation. We all know that the Christmas period can easily spiral out of control into a whirlwind of calories especially on Christmas day. I myself really love the Christmas season and will be the first to admit than on Christmas day my plate is fully loaded! But so long as everyday doesn’t mirror this you’ll be absolutely fine. Enjoy yourself but try not to turn it into a binge that lasts a few days that when you’re asking for trouble.
Think yourself fit, know that you will have a great time over the next few weeks but you will also stay focused on the long term goal of getting in shape think yourself fit, think long term happiness over short term pleasure.
What ever you do have yourself a very Merry Christmas, if you would like us to conjure you up a plan to combat the Christmas calories please do get in touch.