Holiday Fitness Tips

Thanksgiving will be here TOMORROW!  Can you believe it?! You’ll soon be up to your ears in mashed potatoes, turkey, and gravy. It all sounds delicious, right?  BUT, you’ve been working your butt off this fall, hitting the gym, staying fit, and watching what you eat. And, Thanksgiving is only the beginning of the holiday season with its dinners and parties.  So, how do you keep your progress moving forward? How do you stay fit during the holiday season? Here are four holiday fitness tips!

Drink Lots of Water

Getting plenty of H2O is a proven way to deal with digestive issues. It’s a habit you’ll want to hold onto throughout the holiday season.  Drinking water fills you up and can prevent overeating.

Clear the Holiday Fridge

The feast is over, but the fridge is still full. If you hosted a dinner party, your refrigerator may be brimming with high-fat, high-calorie leftovers—particularly desserts. You need to start with a clean slate. Instead of letting leftovers linger, pack them up for guests to take home, or take them to a homeless shelter immediately after the holiday.

Walk It Off

Don’t forget to have a post Thanksgiving meal walk. You’ll probably feel too heavy to run or do any other form of rigorous exercise. Walking will burn a few calories and let your mind unwind after being stuck inside all day long.

Have a Positive Attitude

Having a positive mental attitude is also a vital component of health and fitness. Oftentimes, failure is due to not believing in one’s self. Having a definite goal, a good plan, and faith in yourself is half the battle to success. Drive, motivation, and enthusiasm encourage you to take action and strive toward your goal. Decide what you want, believe you deserve it, and go out and get it!

Have your own holiday fitness tips? Tag us @PerformInspired with your holiday fitness journey or comment below.

Related articles:

Holiday Cookie Recipes with Protein to Feed Your Craving

Fall into Fitness

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Categories