What Does and Doesn’t Work

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So, post Xmas, PLENTY of people are
looking for the holy grail.
Something to bring energy levels back.
Something to shrink the tummy that’s grown,
and got all puffy over Xmas.
Something to shrink the bum and hips,
Something to remove the morning sluggishness.
Something to get them back to at LEAST
how they felt before December!
Well………………….
– SuperFoods – There ain’t no magic superfood,
that will drop weight faster than slipper soap.
There’s plenty of natural foods that WILL
help, but they need to be eaten regularly,
and they’re meat, eggs, fish, veg and a bit of fruit.
– Fat Burning Supplements. There ain’t any.
?They might speed up your metabolism a little,
equally they might screw up your hormones
?a little too. Supplements can have benefits,
but only when your daily diet is good.
Otherwise you’ll just have expensive wee……. 😉
– Celeb Workout DVD’S – He/She did NOT get
like that (see cover photo) from doing the DVD.
Fact.
They got like it through changing their diet
(See above), working out often, probably lowering
calories stupidly low for the week leading the to photoshoot.
Let them continue with their tv show,
and leave the coaching/education on health/fitness
to those who do it each day! Moi.
– Joining a gym – and believing it’ll be your answer.
Yeah, if you go often enough, work hard,
and have a decent programme to follow,
you’ll see some body changes.
You’ll see even better results if food changes
are made also. The food is the reason why
changes need to be made, not the fact
you haven’t had a gym membership before.
– Sugar is Sugar – your body sees it as just that,
whether it’s table sugar or fruit or honey.
Don’t swap one for the other, thinking you’re helping.
EVERYTHING is like the next link in a chain.
You workout more often, you feel better,
and will choose better food choices. With better
food choices and a stronger body, you’ll have a
better daily outlook, with a better outlook
comes more energy and self esteem.
NEVER underestimate LITTLE and OFTEN.
THIS is how habits are created and routines are formed.
So don’t feel you’re “small workout” is useless,
as long as you repeat often enough, add some
changes, it WILL be of benefit to you.
Throw in some ACCOUNTABILITY,
and you have a recipe for something

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