We hope your wish list included something that will help to make 2013 a healthier and more active year. And if you’re already living and breathing Fit After Fifty, be that resource for someone else…inspire them to get started. It is always good to share awareness and of course positive and healthy gifts about and exercising plan and staying fit. We all know that the best food comes around the holidays when families come together, which means more calories that may back up your fitness goal. Feel free to eat all the deliciousness but be prepared for a good workout afterwards.
Ways to Prepare for a Happy Healthy Holiday
To prepare for a happy healthy holiday workout, make sure you eat the proper amounts of foods. Don’t over stuff yourself (sometimes it hurts your tummy) and have a good workout session by yourself or even better with your family! Before your grandkids arrive at your house for the holidays, have your set plan for you workouts. Planning and preparing are nice, but even the best-laid plans get derailed, especially during the holidays. If you find there’s just no way to get in a workout, get creative and find ways to move your body any way you can. I suggest taking several walks with your family including the dog. If your grandkids want to play football or catch, do it! Helping around the house with chores like raking leaves is also a workout. There is always something to do, just get creative and with the help of your family you will loose all those pounds you gained off that delicious dinner. We all know how those moments are. To everyone enjoying fitness as well as spending time with loved ones for the holidays. Have a Happy Healthy Holiday from Fit After Fifty!
Wishing you all the happiness and health this holiday season!
-Fit After Fifty Team