We’ve all had the motivation to workout at some point in our life. The difference between those who do the work, and those who find excuses to get work done, lies in finding the right kind of motivation. If you are serious about getting into shape you first need to ask yourself, “how can I stay disciplined and committed even when I lack the motivation?” Over the years, I have learnt a few ways at staying committed to my workout and diet routine. Here are a few tips I’ve learnt.Continue reading “How to Stay Committed to Your Fitness Routine”
Ever push yourself to the point where you can’t take anymore so you just give up? It’s called overload burnout. When we fail to make time for ourselves, our body turns to a state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion. This in turn affects our overall health and wellbeing.
2017 has been an interesting year. I entered the year determined to take on risks so I did what any twenty something year old trying to figure out her life would do –I quit my full-time job. I knew that quitting my job would give me more time and flexibility in discovering what it was that I really wanted to do. Not to mention I dreaded waking up at 4:30am every morning to go to a job that I hated even more. –Ya feel? Little did I know that in this year I’d be confronted with failure.
You’ve finally decided to make your health a priority and want to make some serious changes in your diet. First off, congrats for jumping on the health train! You’ll find that eating healthy doesn’t have to be hard or require you to give up any of the foods you love. It’s all about making smart choices that essentially lead to a balanced and healthy dieting pattern.