Today I want to talk about a topic I’ve been discussing with a lot of my private coaching clients recently – how to stay on track during the holiday season, and avoid excess holiday weight gaining. We work hard to make progress and see results, and the last thing I want is for you to lose that progress.
For me, November and December usually involve a lot of traveling to see friends and family, social gatherings, and lots of food and drinking.
All good things, of course, but not necessarily conducive to health and fitness goals.
The temptation to eat everything in sight is greater, and with a busy schedule, it’s tempting to skip the gym altogether.
The worst thing you can do is throw in the towel until January 1st, and lose all of your progress.
It’s tough, but very possible to have fun, enjoy social events, and not only maintain your current fitness progress, but also continue to improve.
That’s right, with proper planning, you can still make progress during the holidays, even with a tight schedule and lots of great food.
To help you out, here are some of the tips I use and suggest you try to help you stay on track during the holidays.…