With the New Year fast approaching, many people are beginning to think about their resolutions. However, more often than not, people make and then break these resolutions. In fact 44% of Americans break their New Year’s resolutions each year. Not to fret though, there are simple rules to help you meet your goals and stick with your resolutions. The 5 rules to sticking with your New Year’s resolutions throughout the year are:
Are you one of those people who think that rest is wasteful to your efforts in keeping fit? According to San Antonio’s top personal trainer, “You couldn’t be any further from the truth! Rest as part of a fitness program is very important as it allows your body to recover from wear and tear.” During work outs, your body’s energy level will be diminished and your muscles and connective tissues will experience minor tears and damage.
It’s three in the afternoon at the office and there’s that familiar gnawing emptiness in your stomach. Did you skip lunch? breakfast? both? For much of today’s busy and harassed cubicle dwellers this is unfortunately an all too common scenario. The question is, how to maintain that weight loss goal and stay on track in the face of such seemingly insurmountable obstacles? San Antonio’s top personal trainer, Nathaniel Dilworth says “the answer might surprise you”.