For anyone who has spent any time being coached by myself over the years, you will know that I place a huge emphasis on creating new habits that you try and apply for at least 30-days.
By doing something for this period of time, allows you to see the results of your actions.
Either positive or negative.
Here are four suggestions for things you can do over the next 30-days.
1) Go Bread Free:
Going bread-free for 30 days is such a simple way to accelerate fat loss. Just think of all the extra carbs and calories that you'll be saving yourself from. And it's not so bad, once you get used to it. Wrap sandwiches and burgers in lettuce or on top of a pile of greens.
2) Workout 5x's Each Week:
Take the next 30 days to really focus your efforts in the gym. Train as if you were preparing yourself for an athletic event, with the mindset that each and every workout is important in seeing you through your goal. Make a log of each time that you exercise, noting the duration, intensity and activity.
3) Go Sugar-Free:
Sugar is the biggest thing holding you back when it comes to dropping fat and getting lean. And not just refined sugar. I'm talking about all sugars. Take the next 30 days to cut out all sweeteners and limit your intake of sweet fruits. This will be hard at first, especially if you have a sweet tooth, but the rapid change in your body is a fantastic incentive to keep going. 4) Focus on Protein and Veggies:
Enough about all the things you can't eat, let's talk about what you can eat. Your meals should be a variety of protein and veggies. For protein stick with organic, hormone-free meat that has been roasted, baked or grilled. For veggies, avoid starchy veggies like potatoes, and instead stick with an assortment of colourful, fibre-filled veggies. So there you have it,
Remember, the next 30 days are going to pass whether you change your habits or not. So you're going to spend the next 30 days simply getting older and more out-of-shape OR you could buckle down and finally make the difference in improving your health. The choice is yours. Chris, myHealthCoach