New Year’s Habits


It’s that time of year where you kick-start your health goal by calling it a New Year’s Resolutions.  However, I heard a stat at church yesterday that 80% of resolutions will be broken.  Seriously, I am starting to think people choose to resolute things they do not want to achieve.  Therefore, instead of making New Year’s resolutions this year let’s make
New Year’s Habits

The definition of habit: an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary.  That’s what we’re going for!

So getting up in the morning to workout…make it a habit, not something you have to decide whether to do or not to do each day.

Eating healthy…make it easy.  You don’t eat fried food, plain and simple.  You eat a fruit and/or veggie at every meal and snack, plain and simple.  Don’t battle yourself with making good decisions…JUST DO IT!

Here are a couple of things to help you get started on your New Year’s Healthy Lifestyle Habits:

1. 24 Day Challenge
 
Jump start your New Year’s habits with the 24 Day Challenge!  The Challenge is perfect for anyone looking for weight loss, gaining an edge at the gym, and wanting more energy.  Average weight loss is 10lb in 24 Days.  Motivational and maintainable.  Inquire for more info! sara@sarabconsulting.com

2. Crossfit

Join Crossfit Waukee or Crossfit Des Moines for a free two week trial!  What is Crossfit?  Watch this video!  I’ll be there at 5:30am tomorrow…hope to see you there!  Contact info@crossfitdesmoines.com to inquire.

3. Nutrition Counseling

The Ultimate Lifestyle.  Need your oil change, tires rotated and windows washed?  This plan may be for you.  Find out where you are at and where you need to go with your health habits.  Receive a nutrition assessment based off your nutrition history and food logs.  From there we develop an individualized plan, grocery store tour, pantry clean out, and more! sara@sarabconsulting.com

Let me know what your New Year’s Healthy Habit is going to be and your steps to success! 

Until next time…
look good, feel good, do good
Sara B.

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