Perhaps you want to stick to a fitness routine to manage your weight, strengthen and increase muscle mass, and prevent illness. But with a busy work schedule, exercising tends to take the backseat. This is especially true if you value your career more than shedding a few pounds.
People who don’t exercise may be hindered by many factors. The good news is that even if you hate working out, it’s not hopeless.
Losing weight is one of the most common and most compelling reasons why people begin and continue to exercise. But despite wanting to lose weight, you may still find many reasons not to: the weather is too hot or too cold, you don’t have workout clothes, you’re too busy or too tired, and so on.
We all need some space from time to time and there is no better way to decompress than me-time meditation. However, alone time should not be reserved for the gym. Whether it’s classes or a personal trainer to spot you in your efforts have a support system makes an entire world of difference.
Being healthy is a process and if you haven’t been giving yourself the time it takes to be healthy then it’s an even longer process. You have to adjust a thousand things to get your formula just right and everyone’s is different. What works for your BFF may not work for you or what works for you may not work for your BFF and so on.
The holiday season is now in full swing and with less than a week to go, last minute shopping and preparing is consuming most of your spare time. In these moments, it’s tempting to relegate your workouts to “I’ll try to fit it in” status but this usually translates into zero workouts until after the New Year.
2016 is almost over, only 3 weeks left. Can you believe it? Did you accomplish all your goals for this year? If not, did you get close? As we head into the holidays it’s normal to find less time for the gym; many folks just completely quit going, figuring they will start back up next year.
Getting Back on Track
After the Holiday Weekend
Thanksgiving is over and if you’re like most people, you ate way too much of the foods you don’t normally eat. Indulging in rich, calorie-dense foods from time to time won’t really set you back any; and in fact, if you’re highly active, an occasional cheat meal can be good for your metabolism and hormones.
This week as we celebrate Thanksgiving, we are reminded of all the wonderful things in our lives and how grateful we should be for them. Gratitude is one of the most powerful qualities we can possess. It allows us to see our blessings however small, and keeps life's challenges from becoming overwhelming.
November is Friendsgiving month at Facet Seven, and while the obvious holiday connotation is to Thanksgiving, Veterans Day which we just celebrated also ties in beautifully to the theme of friendsgiving.
Veterans Day commemorates the service and heroism of everyone who has served in our military.
It’s November and the start of the Holiday season. Soon you’ll be busy shopping, planning and attending parties, eating rich foods and finding less and less time for working out. If you know this time of year is difficult for you there are many strategies available to help you stay on track.