I would like to wish you a Happy New Year and I hope you achieve what you want in 2019.
If you are reading this, then it means you survived your NYE party of either heading out on the town or staying in with games wearing Pyjamas.
Exercise workouts and healthy eating are always topical at the beginning of a new year, with previous years I have encouraged patients to share food recipes on social media. It’s a great way to get new ideas, or maybe you could try cooking with a new food.
I trained as a Personal Trainer 10 years ago and have continued to learn, not only from other health allies but mainly from my own feedback of internal programming. This type of training known as bio feedback was introduced to me from another colleague. Personally, I attend the gym for 1 hour a week with no predetermined program. However, I do test what movements will work for me that day and move in those patterns accordingly. I’m lucky to have found this, as it is the best way for me to improve my fitness and wellbeing.
If your training program or dietary choices didn’t work for you last year, then questioned what worked well and what didn’t work so well. This way you are already learning and can move forward into 2019’s lifestyle goals.
Do you have excess foods left over? Those chocolates you’ll never eat the biscuits you don’t like? An idea to use them without you eating them, is to give them away- Coffee mornings, nursing homes, donate for a raffle- Let someone else enjoy them.
Take Care and all the very best for a new year, new days and new starts.