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If weight loss is one of your goals, there are a range of really good nutrition programs available to help you from Weight Watchers to Whole 30 to Paleo (which I follow). Once you select a nutrition program, take a moment and make sure it will fit your lifestyle.
If you travel for work, a stricter program may be more difficult for you to adhere to than Weight Watchers or Paleo which includes suggestions for eating dinner out. Making your nutrition easy to fit into your day, makes it more likely you will stay on track. The opposite end of the spectrum would be a too strict diet that is hard to manage day-to-day. When it’s too difficult, we find ourselves quickly quitting.
The same plan works for exercise. 10 minutes of exercise is better than no minutes of exercise. One of my favorite pieces of equipment is a kettlebell. That little iron ball with handles can give you one butt kicking workout in less than 15 minutes. Admit it. You can squeeze 15 minutes into your day for a quick workout.
Personally for me? When someones tells me I can’t have something it’s ALL I can think of. That’s why I choose to follow a program with a little wiggle room for when I do have slip-ups. Yes I have slip-ups. We all do. Do they matter? Nope. What matters is what you do next and that is get right back on track. You GOT this!
To your health,
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Denise Sanger lives a life split between her love for fitness and her passion for travel particularly to the BEACH. Denise also has a love of marketing and lives in beautiful Suwannee County, Florida. You can find out more about Denise here: About Denise