Hope you and your family have an amazing day together.
Hey Y’all! This is the first newsletter I’ve sent out in a couple months and I apologize for that!!! Life has thrown me a few curve balls recently, and I’m planning on telling y’all more about that in next week’s newsletter. But for now I wanted to leave y’all with this fun fact:
The average American puts on 7-11 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Years Day!!!
Did you know that? Think of all the hard work you’ve put in this year! Don’t let the Holidays be an excuse to go crazy and eat everything in site along with the ice cream. Enjoy the holidays, eat the good stuff grandma makes, but limit the good stuff to just 1 or 2 meals Thanksgiving Day. Don’t allow Thanksgiving Day calorie loading turn into calorie loading for the rest of the week! Plan what meals you are going to go crazy on, then make a plan for how you’re going to get back on track the day after Thanksgiving; Friday!
And we are having Yoga Class this Saturday from 9:30am-10:30am with the one and only Emily!!! This is a perfect way to burn off some of those holiday calories, and to get the body moving and feeling good again. Bring the whole family!! Hope to see y’all there this Saturday morning!
The average person gains 7-11lbs during the Holidays!!! Don’t let a few days of hearty eating set you back a couple months of training! When you’re filling up your plate for the Thanksgiving Feast, leave enough room on your plate to COVER it with veggies. I know it’s hard to resist Mom’s famous Green Bean Casserole, and I’m not asking you too. A couple sides that might not be the healthiest is ok during the holidays! But make sure you fill up on veggies, not treats! Get a small amount of each of the less healthy options, then cover them with vegetables! That way you have to go through the veggies first, and you’ll fill up faster on healthier food!