Making Healthy Living a Habit

Research shows it take 21 days to make or break a habit…As we near the 21 days following the start of the new year, we’re here to help you keep your fitness goals on track with advice from Ulrick Bien-Aime, personal trainer and studio owner of Bien-Aime Strength & Stretch. Follow his advice to make healthy living a habit in 2018.

Commit to be fit

C: Consciously plan for better health

O: Omit distractions

M: Make a schedule

M: Maintain your schedule

I: Inspire yourself through meditation

T: Talk to your trainer

Resolutions to Reach Your Goal

  • Have more workout days than rest days.

  • Start with obtainable goals: Start with 10 minutes of exercise per session if you haven't done anything prior. Increase every session by two minutes until you’re averaging at least 45 minutes of exercise.

  • Use the FITT method: Increase Frequency, Intensity, Type and Time of exercises.

  • Work closely with your personal trainer to asses and prescribe your exercise regimen.

  • Keep a workout outfit in your car.

  • Stand every 30 minutes to stretch or walk.

  • Wake up and go to sleep doing breathing exercises.

  • Every morning look in the mirror to be thankful you’re still alive and reward yourself by doing something healthy.

  • Eat 1-2 more pieces of a fruit or vegetable daily.

  • Decrease alcohol consumption by half a glass from your normal consumption.

  • Keep fruit and vegetables at your desk and in your car so you’re less tempted to snack on unhealthy options throughout the day.

  • Don't skip breakfast.

  • Bring your lunch to work at least three days a week.

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