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Tips for Surviving the Holidays
To survive the holidays you first have to analyze thought. If you tell yourself that you are going to gain 10 lbs. during the holidays than guess what is going to happen. The first step is to believe that it is possible to not only survive the holidays but to win during the holidays.
The golden rules for following your diet are to eat the right total amount of calories and eat them in small meals throughout the day. Live Lean Today can create an optimal diet for you: try the 7 day trial. This can be done during the holidays, and it is easier to eat throughout the day during the holidays. Typically people have a lot of food available during this time. Even if the food that is available is cookies, remember that eating cookies is still better than not eating at all. The key is to eat them in moderation. Depending on exactly what is in the cookies, 1 to 2 cookies is probably the same amount of calories as the average person’s snack. You lack nutritional value with the cookies but if you don’t over eat they will not be stored as fat. Even if they are rich in fiber, if you eat to many they will be stored as fat. Go to Holiday Tips
Heart Rate Monitors are the ultimate holiday gift. Adding a heart rate monitor to your workout program allows you dial in your workouts to burn more fat and improve your performance.
Live Lean Today offers a variety of heart rate monitors to suit your specific needs and exercise program. Ask your online personal trainer how to take your workouts to the next level with you new heart rate monitor.
Nutritional Supplements this holiday season can support you to keep the pounds off. Meal replacement shakes and bars can keep you from over eating at your holiday parties. Thermogenics can keep your metabolism burning energy to burn away those cookies and egg nog. With all the running around during the holiday season, a multivitamin can keep you going and stop the sluggish feeling.
Bryan Thomas has spent 15 years in the sports nutrition field. With a Masters in Exercise and Sports Science, he has educated and work together with athletes and everyday people to achieve their health and fitness goals.