How to not double in size over Christmas? 😉
Christmas time is definitely the time to enjoy yourself! Lovingly prepared food in the atmosphere of beautifully decorated homes full of love and warmth. Even though it’s still couple of weeks to go, many of us are already starting to celebrate by going out with work colleagues, groups of friends and relatives.
It is understandable that when approaching to Christmas you will not have time to continue your gym or regular training regime. With all the preparations, shopping, and gift hunting, it is easier said that done. We’ll worry about our fitness after Christmas! Having said that, there are a few small tips that can really help you launch back into your fitness routine in January from a more optimistic place.
TIP NUMBER 1 – CONTINUE TO BE ACTIVE
Weather it’s an extra-long walk with your dog, a short morning routine of just 10 mins, or making the choice to walk on a sunny and crisp day to visit your neighbour, all these little extra activities will chip in to keep your calories in balance.
TIP NUMBER 2 – FIT IN A SHORT A HIIT TRAINING FIRST THING IN THE MORNING
Just 15 – 30 min high intensity interval training in the morning will help you boost your metabolism and allow you to burn more calories while at rest for the remainder of the day. Need an idea for this type of training? Following this link: http://www.dariakopylova.net/…/metabolism-boosting-30-min-f… Repeat each set twice for a 30 min workout, or once for a 15 min workout. Use filled 2 litres bottles in the absence of weights.
TIP NUMBER 3 – MOVE SWEET INDULGENCES TO THE FIRST PART OF YOUR DAY
Looking forward to enjoying mince pies, pavlovas and Christmas pudding? Me too! 😊 Eating sweets while you are moving around during the day is a lot kinder on your body than eating a desert after your main meal. This will help you manage your insulin spikes and allow you to better utilise the energy you will get from those sweets. ... continue reading via link the in bio 🤓