This time of year is a time of celebration and family get togethers. It’s also a time for cookies, cakes and all sorts of over indulgences. Thanksgiving to New Years is a time where lots of people tend to cut back on things like exercising, dieting, training.
In truth this should be a time when you start doubling down on these things. I get it, you want to enjoy the holidays with your family and friends and that’s okay.
However, I suggest you don’t compromise your health…
Eat the cookies, just eat a portion size or none if you know you can’t control yourself. Cut back on exercising if you need to, just keep exercising and be smart with your time (check out the monthly conditioning section in the CO.R.E. training section here). Slow down your training, if you need to but you should absolutely be training to stay consistent, less stressed and moving forward. Do your must-do ka maintenance training at a bare-minimum.
I’ve been guilty myself of overindulging and in the back of my mind, I just tell myself I’ll get back in the groove in the New Year. And It seems I’ve spent more years trying to get back in the groove than being in the groove…
There is a law of physics we say often here at Enter Shaolin…
An Object In Motion Stays In Motion. A Object At Rest Stays At RestNewton’s Law
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My suggestion is be like an object in motion. Rather than making a New Year’s resolution this year, I’ve decided to start right now to make a lifestyle change.
Today is always the best time to make a powerful decision in your life. Join me on my journey to better health. Are you with me?
It’s not the big things that make the biggest difference it’s the little things over time that matter most. 😉
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