Now that the holiday season is here, we have many added events, stresses, and reasons to get ourselves off track and lose focus on what our ultimate goal at hand is.
The holiday stats on weight gain are astounding and inexcusable. The average american gains 1 pound on Thanksgiving and never, I repeat never looses it. An even more gut wrenching (literally and figuratively). This same american that gains 1 lb on turkey day will gain up to 9 lbs, and the weight will NEVER come off!
Don’t let this be you!
Why do we use the holidays as an excuse to gorge and throw out all of the good habits that we have established throughout the year, only to have to start back at square one or even be in a worse position than you were before in January?
The time is now to stay motivated! No more waiting till the New Year.
I was listening to a Success Magazine CD last night and there was a speaker by the name of David Horsager who spoke about challenging yourself and taking it to the next level with a 90 day challenge!
For David’s 90 day challenge he chose to not complain for those 90 days, and though it was very difficult he felt completely transformed when his 90 days came to a close.
It left me compelled and intrigued, I wanted that push and was eager to grow and get better too; my husband felt the same as well. We had commitments and we were not going to allow any excuses i.e. holidays, family and friends, situations etc get in the way of our end goals.
818, this is your chance to really push yourself and be living proof that you are willing to take your health and fitness to the next level.
My challenge for you is for the next 90 days, keep your Paleo diet in check, and workout 4 times a week. This is your chance not your chore to truly be the “Best You Can Be”!!!!
Make this holiday season a positive outcome for all of your health and fitness goals and prove to yourself that you can do this, even in the toughest times.
CrossFit 818 … who’s in and why?
Answer in the comments below!
power snatches (95/65)
ball slam (30/20)
B. 4 rounds for time of:
12 kb swings (53/35, american)
30 double unders
8 push press (95/65)
Posted by: Annie