Make it count ...

During the week I get to hear my fair share of excuses for why one of my client's diet is off the wagon or they just didn't get that training session in.  I've heard some pretty good excuses and you know what, I've used a fair amount of them myself to justify why I'm being a bit slack!

However, excuses are not going to get you the results you want. 

Life will ALWAYS get in the way .. it's the way you choose to deal with it that will make the difference.

There must be no excuses when it comes to eating a healthy, nutritious diet.  You cannot blame work for making you stressed, nor can you blame your kids ...

It was YOUR CHOICE to have those potato chips or chocolate bar.  Don't blame anyone else.  I can't imagine anyone tying your hands behind your back and forcing that food down your throat.

When you are feeling stressed, those are the times when you need to fuel your body with what it needs, not the stuff that will put it under more stress!
Fuel your body with those foods that will help to repair, replenish and make you feel great!  Plan your meals, organise your day, throw out all the crap ...

Make every meal count!

When it comes to your training, same rule applies ... Make every session count!

If you are sick or injured, these are acceptable excuses, unless of course you are able to participate in light exercise, like a walk or pilates or yoga.

A training session on the treadmill or stationary bike does not include catching up on the goss in the magazines, nor does it include texting your friends for the latest goss .. you gotta get huffy puffy if you want the results!

Make the time to exercise and make it count, you will feel better for it and you will be another step closer to achieving your goal!

If change is really what you want, go for it .. make every meal count, make every training session count!

Fit Mum x


Liz@LastChanceTraining said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Love it Vic! Here's to making it count this week!

Jogaholic said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Love this Fit Mum! So true. Some tough love right there- just what we all needed at the half-way point in the week....& I agree - if you can read/talk/play with your phone while working're not training hard enough! :)