How can we maintain fitness long-term?
There are two parts to this question the first is the easy one: consistency.
I want you to look at the picture, What do you see?
Look at the fence – each bar has an arrow-head top, and the circle looks complete – well actually there are a few tops missing.
This fence is symbolic of a year of eating well and training regularly. We can miss a few days or a week, for a holiday or down time but the big picture is consistency. That is our key task to staying fit.
Staying Fit and Motivation
Number two is the focus. Our reasons may vary from looking good to being fitter, but if we look deeper we all want to be happier – eating well, looking after our digestive system to fulfill our nutrient balance; making our heart, lungs and muscles stronger will ultimately make us feel more content.
There are many ways to keep motivated, changing your routine every six weeks, up-grade your equipment, train with a friend, learn to cook a new food, enter a race, but always remember that you want to stay fit and healthy to keep young and happy.
One thing that we can do is start new habits both in the kitchen as well as exercise.
If you would like to know more about how we can do this click the link to find out about my Fitness and Nutrition Retreat
Part of a five day holiday that teaches you how to cook, what to shop for, the areas of the body to work strength and flexibility, reducing the need for a Doctor.
Remember the old saying An Apple a Day…we know the reason why that is true and we will give you that knowledge.
We can then help you recapture your health and stay fitter for longer.