Okay so you’ve set your near term and long term goals, congratulations! You have just taken the first step towards success. You have begun an exciting time in your life that will be filled with challenges and hard work, but will pay tremendous dividends in health and happiness.
So now what? You need a plan. But what is a plan and how do you start to create one? We can only begin to offer you some helpful tips on developing your plan here, but if you are serious about real results, and I know you are, and need professional help – you should make your way to Max Muscle St. Pete as soon as possible for a free initial consultation.
It can be really difficult not to gain weight around the holidays, seeing as how many holidays seem to be centered around food and festivities. It is just part of the atmosphere. There are Christmas cookies, glasses of eggnog, holiday beers, and dozens of pies and desserts. Every holiday party that you attend is going to have a lot of food, and eating it just feels like a good way to celebrate.
If you are interested in really transforming yourself, the first step is to set a goal.
In order to have long term success, set your goal in two parts – for example a near term goal and a longer term goal. Your goals should be specific, but should not be simply a number on a scale (i.e. a weight), because all weight loss is not good (more on that later).
White foods often get a bad wrap. Although research does indicate that most white foods are generally unhealthy, that doesn’t mean that they all are destined to make you pack on the pounds. The trick is to determine which white foods are nutritious and delicious! Below are 7 white foods that you shouldn’t let pass your plate.
Reaching your fitness goals isn’t easy. It takes mental strength and determination. Sometimes the fastest way to achieving your goals is accountability and a personal trainer can be a great solution, but don’t be fooled. Not all personal trainers are created equal. If you are thinking about hiring a person trainer, make sure you review these six warning signs before you determine a personal trainer that is right for you. Continue reading