It's June now. How are you doing with those New Year resolutions you made last December? You're not alone if you've slacked off a little. In fact, many have already abandoned the weight-loss goals they set for themselves at the onset of the new year. If you started out 2015 with good intentions, but you're now too discouraged to follow through with them, don't lose hope. You may just be using the wrong approach. So many people believe that weight loss is like a tool, something easily picked up and put down when it has served its purpose. But successful weight loss isn't about simply doing something until you achieve a desired number on the scale or fit into a certain dress size and then give it up.
Meet Karen Janke- a 360 member with a story to tell. After breaking her neck in a major car accident, Karen's life was turned upside down. Years later she was recovered from her surgeries, but still found herself struggling to do the simplest of tasks, much less anything active. Lucky for her, she found Melinda Prince (360 owner/trainer) and found herself right-side up and thriving.
As far as health and fitness goes, I am definitely older and wiser. As far as health and fitness goes, I have come a long way. The question arises, though. Is it ever acceptable to dwell on the past? Yes, it most certainly is acceptable. We must look into our own past and remember the reason we decided to make a change. What caused you to stop and say to yourself, “I need to lose weight!” or “My arms would look better with 1 to 2 more inches of muscle on them!”?
Don’t look back; you may never see how far you have come… Even the strong falter… Blah, blah, blah! What happens when you are on your 500th step, and your feet are tired and aching?