The key to staying healthy throughout life is consistency; it takes ongoing commitment to achieve long lasting results.
With this in mind, it can be helpful to think about how much of your current routine you can realistically see yourself sticking to in the future. If any part of your diet or fitness regime isn’t sustainable then you’re less likely to reap the long-term rewards.
After you finish your workout, ask yourself which aspects you enjoyed and which you didn’t. As a rule, the most gratifying aspects of your workout will be executed with energy and care while the rest may be rushed or avoided.
By seeking advice from a personal trainer on how to get more variety and enjoyment from your routine, you will be more likely to keep it up.
Healthy eating is not about strict diets, staying unrealistically thin or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Instead of being overly concerned with calorie counting, think of your diet in terms of colour, variety and freshness.
Try to eat foods in season and never cut out entire food groups. This should make it easier to make food choices that are both healthy and delicious.
© Sarah West Nutrition