I’ve had some great responses to the new workouts this term. Complete music to my ears. We may as well start 2020 as we mean to go on.
If you are yet to experience your new workout – have no fear as it may be challenging, but you’ll love the results.
Every January I hear and am part of many a conversation about food, losing weight, new start, new me.
You get my drift.
And my response will always be the same.
I don’t believe in going on a ‘diet.’
They aren’t sustainable and when old habits start slipping back in, all the hard work is undone and before you know it, you’re stuck on the yo yo wheel.
The very definition of diet is the kinds of foods a person habitually eats.
Therefore, making changes to your habits will improve your diet and these changes need to be for life, not just for a new years resolution, a holiday, or a birthday.
More importantly, they need to be done for YOU.
Changing habits isn’t easy. It takes time and understanding of what to do, when to do it and how to do it.
Allow me if I may to share with you my habit changer. Give me 28 days to help you change your habits.
If I’ve piqued your interest, scroll down the page and I’ll tell you more.
Take time to rest and re-charge this weekend and maybe give a thought to where you’d like to be with your health and wellness for 2020.