Have you wanted to try Health Coaching, but feel like you don’t have the time or think it might be to expensive? Virtual Health Coaching may be what you need!
I’m so excited to share that I am starting another “Virtual Health Coaching Group!” Are you ready to lose some pounds? To get strong? To have more energy?
Sign up for 3 months of Virtual Health Coaching for 210.00!!!
Virtual Health Coaching is an inexpensive way to get the help and support you need to reach your fitness goals in the privacy of your own home. As part of this group. you will received an individualized fitness map for you based on your health and fitness goals. Your fitness map will consist of a proper food and exercise plan that will meet your needs. The key ingredient to your fitness map is you will then have me a professional health coach to help guide, inspire, and motivate you to simply take action. In addition you will have the support of the other members of your group who will be sharing their experiences as well!
This is a group coaching sale, so the price is available to the first 10 people who sign up by Friday July 14th!
Summer is officially here in a couple of days, which means summer parties, get-togethers and vacations! It is possible to enjoy all that summer has to offer while maintaining your healthy habits and sticking to your fitness plan if you plan ahead.
First things first, what you are doing is for life, fitness is a lifestyle! Everything you do day in and day out; healthy eating, exercising, meditating or getting enough sleep is all part of your decision to live a healthier life. It doesn’t matter if you are traveling to some exotic destination or doing a couple of staycations, nothing drastically should change from you fitness plan. Remember it’s all about BALANCE!
Here are 4 healthy tips I swear by and keep me on track during vacations…
Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! Getting enough water is key to staying healthy when traveling. Drinking clean safe water and consuming vegetable and fruits with high water content helps keep your digestion and GI tract working properly.
Pack healthy snacks. I always make sure to have plenty of healthy snacks for plane rides and layovers. Besides saving money (airport food is super expensive) it helps me stay in control of what I am putting inside body. Here are some of the snacks I like to bring:
Homemade granola or granola bars
Nuts and seeds
Pre-washed and cut fruit and veggies like apples, grapes or carrots
Choose wisely when eating out. Being on vacation is no excuse to eat higher fat, sugary and processed foods and meals! Choose restaurants that provide entrée salads, grilled or baked meats and fish as well as a variety of fresh vegetables and fruits.
Stay active! I’ve had clients say to me “I don’t know what I’m going to do for exercise while on vacation since I can’t take my spin class!” What? You should not feel pressured to maintain your normal workout routine, instead look for new activities that will let you experience your destination while fitting in some exercise at the same time! I always pack my running shoes and workout gear because most hotels have gyms available and I can always do push-ups, planks, squats and lunges right in my hotel room. No excuses
What healthy traveling tips do you have? Please share!
I strongly encourage my clients to keep fitness journals. I do understand that everyone is not a fan especially those who dislike the idea of recording every single thing that they eat, drink or do. Personally, if I were told to record everything I ate, I would probably not last a day.
However, I believe that it is not the accuracy of the details recorded that makes keeping a fitness journal important. The real value of journaling is that you become mindful of your actions. Just the process of thinking about what you have eaten or what activity you’ve completed forces you to stop and reflect on your behavior.
What does that mean for those of you who don’t like the idea of tracking everything you eat or do? It means you don’t have to obsess over the details. Just make a quick note in the evening of whatever you can recall eating or doing during the day to help keep you on track and to make you aware of your progress or where you may need to work a little harder.
Lastly, you don’t have to do this for the rest of your life unless you really want to. You can stop journaling when you start thinking automatically about what you are eating, drinking and doing. When it becomes a behavior a lifestyle!
One of my favorite quotes is “Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” There has never been a more accurate quote, but what happens if you become un-motivated before what ever you are doing becomes a habit?
Sometimes, no a lot of times people become discouraged or frustrated because reaching their goal is taking longer than they had expected. As a result they stop performing the specific actions that are needed to reach their goal and those actions do not become habits, which leads to nothing changing.
Therefore this post serves as a reminder that the health and fitness goals you choose should be part of a bigger picture, HEALTHY LIVING! Everything you are doing is a process, a lifestyle change, not a quick fix.
It is not going to happen over night or over a week, but it will happen if you stick with it, be patient and maintain an attitude (and behavior) that moves you in the right direction!
Staying motivated, to reach your goal, is no easy task. It is possible, even for the strongest of willpower, for one’s determination to slip as time passes. However, there are endless ways of giving yourself a little push as you progress. Here are 4 things you can do to help yourself stay motivated on your health/fitness journey…
Envision yourself enjoying the fruits of your labor. What I mean by that is if you are training to run a marathon, envision yourself crossing that finish line and how excited and proud you will feel.
Obtain positive reinforcements from your peers and family members. Surround yourself with positive and encouraging people. The people in your life can act as a very powerful tool to give you a boost, both mentally and emotionally.
Take it one day at a time. You must tell yourself that Rome was not built overnight, or something like that. Developing healthy habits, changing behaviors and reaching goals take time, be patient with yourself.
Be optimistic. Keep your spirits high. Tell yourself everyday “I can do it!” To reach your goals you must stay positive and believe in YOU! It can be done!
Hi Everyone! How has your Monday been thus far? If you still are not a fan of Mondays here are some Monday Campaigns to help jumpstart your week by getting you off to healthy start! I really like all of these campaigns and I love Kids Cook Monday and Move It Monday so much I became ambassadors.
Staying committed to your health and fitness goals when you’re stressed, when it’s cold or rainy outside, or when social or work obligations arise can be difficult, but what is the alternative?
When you are healthy, fit and strong is when you are best able to deal with all of life’s circumstances.
It’s time you start believing in YOU! What are you committed to this week to make yourself as healthy and fit as you possibly can. I want to know what you are doing for you! Share in the comments below!
Happy Monday! This Monday as with every Monday I want to share some motivation, some inspiration…Make it Happen! When in comes to your health you can’t sit back and wait for things to happen. You must first devote yourself to an idea, intention a goal! Next, plan it out; write it down, overcome your fears and own it! Once you’ve done that you MUST act on it, work hard and make it happen!
“Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, some make it happen.”