Find 30!



I was reading this article recently:

Small Bits of Fitness Add Up

I hope you enjoy reading it.

Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the business of life especially after Thanksgiving. In fact sometimes after thanksgiving it seems like the days go into hyper speed! Then add in all the Christmas parties, shopping for gifts and other holiday socials, which includes meals, meals and more meals. If left unchecked this season of Joy, Celebration and Festiveness can create a snow ball. A spiraling ball of unhealthy eating, an unchanged or increased work schedule added with limited or no time to work-out sprinkle ta with the added stress of the season or from staring at the person who took your spot at the mall you waited ten minutes for! (Fell free to ask me about this! That’s another blog on anger). It’s easy to get out of balance. Those things have their place but it should never be at the expense of your overall well-being. Remember if you’re not healthy those things don’t happen with you!

The article brings up several interesting points, but I want to discuss 2:

Never be too busy to take care of you!

Make U a priority! Find some me time to exercise, rest and play! It’s the holidays enjoy the season. Before we blink we will be in a new year. If a healthier you is important than you must make time! I am able to play and relax better when I have had time to work-out. There’s only one you, so  this season don’t stress the small stuff and at the same time don’t forget your goals, strive for balance.

Don’t skimp on the workout!

Even if it’s just 10-15 minutes. 10 minute sparks can get our heart rate up really fast. Don’t allow the business to pull you completely away from your routine you worked so hard to establish for yourself. If you can get more great if not at least get 30min in a day!


Hit me up for Quick Hits workout Tuesday and Thursday starting at 7:50am for our Cary peps.



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