Game Plan For The Season + How To Get A Head Start For Health & Fitness In 2019


The holiday season brings us special time with loved ones, opportunities to give love and support, and lot's of great memories.

However, the season can also get jam packed with additional obligations and stressors. It's no secret that this is a busy time of the year for everyone.

And...

Despite the fact that some of these additional additions to your schedule can be wonderful things, like getting together with friends and family, it can also mean disruption to your normal routine. The combination of a disrupted and impacted schedule, additional stress, and an overflowing amount of regularly available sugary foods that you're not normally around can quickly lead to poor health habits.

Too often I see people throw in the towel on their health and fitness goals in the last month of the year. (Every year) They give in, rationalize too much on their plate, too much temptation, too much travel, too much change, too much etc… to stay on track with their fitness goals.

And instead…

They re-direct their attention to New Year's resolutions, right after the holiday season has passed.

This year, I want to encourage you all to get a head start and get momentum on your side with fitness-related New Year's Goals. I want to give you a few simple suggestions to help you game plan and navigate the holidays so that you don't forget… Your Health/Fitness is a priority and an investment. (Take care of yourself and you can take care of everyone else better!)

Focus on a Short-Term Goal

Short-term goals are not only one of my most relied upon strategies because of how effective they are, but also because how customizable they can be. Think of a goal that you can accomplish relatively easily over the holidays - it shouldn't be huge commitment, just something to help keep you on track.

ex. Short-Term Goal = Make it to the gym 4x a week or Don't eat out on the weekdays.

Short-term goals work because of the fast approaching deadline but also because effort is always more effective with direction and purpose.

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