How do you:
- Lose weight
- Become fit
- Improve health
- Increase energy
- Decrease medications (if any)?
Well, there is no one answer….
But there is one common theme – “Routine”
Look at the graphic above – the #1 routine for BOTH genders is exercise (especially women)
For some, that word sounds boring and painful.
But it doesn’t have to be.
- Brushing your teeth is a routine
- Taking a shower is a routine
- Washing your hands before you eat is a routine
They are everywhere and they don’t have to be painful. In fact, they shouldn’t be. طريقة لعب بوكر Yes, you want the right kind of exercise; and people are starting from all different places: (Beginner, intermediate, advanced, injury rehab…). طريقة لعبة بينجو Yes, you want the right diet; and people have all different considerations (persons size, gender, activity level, disease, restrictions…). But once you design the ‘right’ system – it needs to be a routine (consistent). This is where individuals need help. Yes there will be days that it’s cold, snowy, dark. Yes, there will be times that you are tired, stressed, busy, unmotivated. Yes, there will be days when your team loses a big game and you just want to hibernate (too soon?). That’s everybody. However, results happen when you do it anyway by sticking to your ‘routine’.
- It’s what we stress for our kids to get an education
- Instill at work to be productive
- Work on at home to keep the house clean and orderly
See, good routines help accomplish any goal better. Now, people hire me to develop their routines, make them appropriate, and help them become consistent. There is only an upside to developing and improving a ‘good routine’. Having these are the cornerstones to a great year and life…
Maybe you want to: Lose weight, drop fat, get fit?
At the same time you want: high energy, quick thinking and healthy organs?
It’s all about directing your hormones, namely Special-H; Hormone ‘Insulin‘
Yes, there are many other hormones that can play a role in your health, fitness and well-being but let’s focus on insulin for now.
For most people, insulin works automatically, removing excess glucose from your blood. (When was the last time you tried to produce insulin?) It does this job mainly so that your blood vessels, and organs, do not disintegrate and get diseased.
It acts like a policeman: Handcuffing the bad guys (excessive sugar)
Puts them in the patrol car (enzyme transport system)and deposits them in jail (stored fat).
Now, I understand, you don’t intentionally want to store more fat, really no one does.
However, if your consumption (food and drink) are deemed ‘dangerous” by your pancreas, that’s exactly what will happen.
The goal is to eat and drink things that don’t cause an excess of sugar in your blood. Some popular diets call this: Keto, Paleo, Low Carb, Adkins, Intermittent Fasting, Mediterranean, there are many. It doesn’t matter the name, just that blood vessels don’t get loaded with sugar.
Diet Workshop: During my diet workshops with my clients, we spend over 2-hours learning, working and improving diet. The result? Less body fat, more energy, better sleep, improved health, lower blood pressure, lower blood sugar, improved mood, greater body image and self esteem.
Best of all, you don’t need to be perfect. It isn’t about perfection – it’s about consistency and sustainability for the long run. Eating like this is the cornerstone to a great year and life…
In January – everyone wants to talk about New Years Resolutions.
After a holiday season of less than perfect eating and drinking, America believes they can “Flip the Switch.”
While I encourage positive change no matter when they happen during the year, I’ve noticed a great trend…
Less Hoopla about Resolutions!!
This is a good thing…
I know there are some, but have you noticed fewer this year?
40 years old and older don’t fall for it anymore!
In my 26-years in the industry most adults over 40-years of age don’t fall for it.
‘The switch is hard to flip quickly!’
Sure, they may have tried the resolution diet or health club membership in the past and not experienced the results they had hoped.
But not anymore.
See, experience is a heck of a teacher.
Most have learned that positive behaviors have to be consistent.
Just like brushing your teeth or taking a shower – you can’t cram for it.
Being consistent is less stressful.
You don’t have to worry about radical or monumental efforts for a few weeks of the year torturing yourself though starvation and punishingly long workouts. بوكر حقيقي على النت
Take a more sustainable approach – consistent for long term success.
- The right kind of strength training to improve your metabolism and muscle tone
- Sustainable cardio to support your heart and lungs
- Balanced diet to keep glucose stable and insulin low
- Consistent – Scheduled and predictable
Now for most people, they either don’t know where to start or have tried before and not had success.
No worries, I can help you at a few different levels!