So, you’ve decided to jump-start your exercise and eating plan – and I’m so psyched for your new journey!
But here’s some friendly advice: Baby steps will get you farther than racing off the couch to the gym five times a week.
Healthy habits take time to build, just like those bad ones did.
And you don’t want to set yourself up for disappointment by taking on too much too soon.
Think about it. You’re more likely to develop lasting success slowly, each
win adding to the last.
  • Make gradual changes to your diet, trimming some amounts and items first instead of cutting out all the “bad stuff” right away.
  • Reduce consumption of sodas and alcohol gradually in favor of water or other calorie-free beverages.
  • If you can’t run, walk until you can. (This one works literally and figuratively!)
  • If you have trouble sleeping, lower the thermostat in your bedroom until you get to the right temperature, and gradually put more time between using devices and hitting the sheets each evening.
This is how you avoid crashing and burning – by succeeding one step at a time.
If you’re not sure how to get started, then schedule some time to chat with me. We’ll talk about your goals and see if you’re a fit for one of my kettlebell programs.
You can schedule a free consult with me by clicking here. What’s the best that can happen?!