It's a New Year! Can you believe it? Make this year a better one, a fit one, and a healthy one. Your focus this year and the ones to follow should be to improve your way of life so that you can live an active and healthy lifestyle with longevity. Be happy, Be strong, Love your Life, and Love your body. Here are a few tips to help you get into shape.
Happy New Year Everyone! The best thing about the new year is that you get to start over. I love it because I get to look to the future I have ahead of me and see what I need to do in order to better my life. This year is a big one for me, I am going to push myself to where I want to be. When I am re-certified, I will be able to help people work for living a healthy and active lifestyle through exercises and counseling. But here is where I am going to start. With my blog posts, I will give advice and tips for living and maintaining an active lifestyle.
What's your new years resolution? If it is to live and maintain a healthy lifestyle, you are looking at the right page. Every year, this seems to be the biggest resolution on everyone's list, sometimes it's the resolution each year. This is good. It is a great start for you to announce to yourself, your friends, and your families that this year you will eat healthier and exercise more. The next step is to begin to be more physically active, and to watch the types of food you eat.
14 Tips To Help you Get Started On An Exercise Program and Eating Healthy in 2014
It can be tough to start a program, especially if you think that going to the gym is boring. Hopefully these tips will help guide you.
Don't keep putting off exercising.
Today is your day to start moving!
"Yesterday you said tomorrow." - Nike
My name is Jenna and I am a Personal Trainer with a dream of motivating and inspiring others to live a healthy and active lifestyle. I live a life full of fun and adventure that I wish to share with all of you through my blog. With advise, tips, and my life stories I hope these posts help to motivate and inspire to begin and/or maintain an exercise program.