How to Get Back on Track after the Holidays

Here is a reality check for you….right now I am fluffy. 

To be completely transparent I am about 13lbs heavier than where I would like to be. 

How did I get here?

It’s easy….. actually. 

I didn’t pay attention to my nutrition and I didn’t give 100% in my workouts. 

Instead of working out 5-6 days a week, like I usually do, I let the holidays get in the way and dropped to 3-4 times a week.

I didn’t watch what I ate, well I mean I watched as it went in my mouth, but I didn’t care what it was. 

And it added up. 

So what happens now?

Well I could be like most people and say, “fuck it. I am too far gone, time to just dive head first into being heavier and unhealthy.”

But come on! If you’re reading this, you know me, and you know that’s not how I operate. 

So what am I going to do?

Dive head first into a restrictive diet and workout 7 days a week? Nope, also not going to do that. I know it’s not healthy nor is it sustainable. Because if you’re constantly thinking about food, you likely will eat MORE, not less. Deprivation is a great way to trigger obsession. 

So what’s left?

It’s really simple actually. I am going to get back on track with the healthy habits I had beforehand and lean on my people here to help keep me accountable to myself when things get hard. 

I am going to count my macros because that’s what works for me.

I am going to workout 5-6 days a week. 

I am going to take one active rest day, sit on a rower or go for a hike. 

I am going to take one rest day. 

While I won’t miraculously drop 15lbs in 2 weeks, I will get back on track in a sustainable and healthy way. 

If I can do it, so can you. 

Want to get back on track with me? Message us and one of our super awesome coaches will meet with you!