Doing a completing a 12 week food & fitness program is all well and good, but what happens when it's done?
Don't throw away all that progress by returning to old habits, take a look at the easy tips to allow you to continue your new healthy lifestyle...
So you want to get fit/healthy/lean/stronger, you have your plan all ready to go, you feel strong. You've got this. Monday comes, the first few days go really well and then- What happens?
A change of routine, illness, low motivation, no real goal to train for, perhaps a weekend away. Moderation goes out the window and come Monday you're struggling to get back on track. Again. Soon the old plan is out the window and you're wondering how it ever stopped... You were feeling so strong!
BUT if we can highlight the most common obstacles on the path to better health and fitness, we can plan to prevent this same story happening over and over and over... Read on to find out more.
When Miah started her 12 week course she knew she wanted to get back to feeling fit and healthy again but wanted a helping hand.
She shed fat, lost centimetres, gained muscle, gained strength and most importantly re-gained an enjoyment of exercise! Success!
Read on to find out what she had to say...
We've all been there. It's been a long day, you rushed around from place to place, some things went sideways, you got caught up, just about managed to get home and finally time to relax.
Not so fast- You completely forgot about dinner, are starving and now have to make yet another decision. Chances are you're gonna choose fast over healthy, but I'm here to tell you that you don't have to choose between the two...
At the beginning of her course, Jodie felt bloated 24/7, suffered with low confidence and used the words 'fat, horrible, disgusting' to describe how she felt about herself...
Fast forward a few months of sessions and she's just completed her 1st obstacle 5k, has entered the 5k Glow Run, Plymouth 10k and has also set her sights on the Looe 10 Miler Hilly and Hellish PLUS a half marathon!