Fit & Well Day 30 – Welcome !
Welcome to Fitness reader, Welcome to Wellness, Welcome to a better you, Welcome to the end of a 30 day journey and to the beginning of a new one. Today marks your graduation, it marks the next best thing in your life and signifies a long, hard journey. Tons of reps, tons of new workouts and challenges and a job well done for all those who took the time out, to put the time in.
Thank you for everything you’ve contributed to the challenge, to all those who worked out and worked hard. You made it, congratulations. I’m so proud of you. I know a few people have already lost 8-10 lbs from what I’ve heard and to that I will say, “Many more to come”. The investment you made over these 30 days, the habit you created was the end of an era and the beginning of a new you.
All the best on your next journey, feel free to take the challenge over. Mix the days, do different difficulty levels swap workouts of the same kind or create your own way of doing this.
Before we end, you’ll need a few things on your journey. Teach yourself the following if you haven’t already learned it:
Remember, Abs and muscle are forged in the gym but are fueled from the kitchen. No nutrition or bad nutrition means no results, so remember all the Nutritional tips you’ve learned and most of all, learn your body and what works best for it.
Stretch after your workout, not before unless you do a sport or art that requires it. Even so, warm up first and make stretching a regular part of any routine. It helps your muscles, blood flow and can help with stress. A tight body may be necessary for power lifters, but at some point, being tight in the rump can cause more problems than benefits. Stretch it out !
Breathe deeply with the abdomen. Whether it’s for running, yoga, meditation, stress relief or to take a deep breathe when you need too. Your breathe is your power, it’s your center and it’s your savior. So Breathe…
The challenge continues with you, stay on your mission to be fit
If you feel you aren’t close, trust me you’re closer than you realize, so keep going. You can do this…one day when you look back at the journey you’ll be able to say how much you’ve learned and accomplished. Give up on giving up and start moving forward…you got this, victory is won in increments, so keep inching forward.
“This is Nick A. Titley and I’m a On a Mission to Keep you Fit.”
All the best in all your endeavors !
Nick A. Titley, Personal & Wellness Training