Get a ‘Head Start’ on Your Resolutions
“Who wants to wait until January to start a new resolve? Get ready now to get the best preparation“
Making successful resolutions entails addressing habit change. You can’t force yourself or someone else to change a habit, it must be an acceptable and reasonable issue to work on changing.
With habits requiring between 2 weeks and many months to work on successfully changing, isn’t it a good idea to start before you feel really stressed about it?
Over Christmas and the New Year we all over-consume and come out on the other side more than likely feeling less that stellar and often see our target as a distant goal that’s maybe too reach far. We make a desperate and overambitious plan and when we struggle to hit our goals we fall down, winge a little then give up.
A lack of support, lack of planning and even a lack of knowledge are the failings, not you.
If you want to improve your body, it turns out it’s actually more effective to love it and improve it.
From a motivation research perspective: people who love their bodies are more intrinsically motivated to work out and eat well. They workout and eat well consistently, and for their lifetime. When they have the life interruptions in their workout or food habits (that we all get from time to time) they have an easier time getting back to their program.
Josh Hillis, from Fat Loss Happens Monday
FitStrong Brisbane is looking for a small group of people in Brisbanes northern suburbs who want to act now to prepare for the new year rush to get back in shape or even to start a new endeavour to improve themselves.
We’re looking at giving a small group of people a Head Start on their 2016 Goals before 2015 ends.