Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Slow and steady weight loss wins every time

Congrats to my client Tamara for staying on course with her health and fitness regimen after giving birth. She chose to take a slow and steady approach working out 2 (sometimes 3) times a week and enjoying her foods in a balance way, whether eating out or eating in. 

Tamara is not at the finish line yet as she wants to achieve more results continuing with her slow and steady approach. As she moves forward from here, she will continue to achieve a healthier, stronger, tighter, and toner body. She knows the KEY is to be consistent and patient as she takes this "scenic" route.

She is a good example to show you this: Whether you take your time and follow your health and fitness regimen slowly (and patiently watch results unfold), or you go hard (to try and get results quicker), either way, as long as you stay on course, you WILL get to the finish line. So the speed at which you get to the finish line (achieve your ideal result) is totally up to you. 

The most important step to take is the step to "start." So if you've been contemplating and procrastinating on achieving a healthier, better mind and body, don't wait much longer. If you don't enter the race now, how do you expect to cross the finish line?

1 comment:

  1. Wow! I envy your organization skills in coming up with such a list and doing inventory, as well. I love vegan dishes and I was marvelling how similar our weekly menu looks like. Recently, I came up with a 3 day diet plan called the military diet. What made me curious is the fact that even if I am vegan, they allow substitutions of food to fit my eating lifestyle. Let me regress. My sister’s wedding is coming up in 2 weeks time and I have to shed the extra 8 pounds to fit my gorgeous gown which is a tad smaller than I would’ve liked :o( Since the military diet is only for 3 days, I decided to make a go for it and glad I did. I lost 6 pounds with a few weeks leeway for the wedding. I plan to do the diet again this week to shed more pounds and then I’m done. If you want to make a review of the diet, here’s a good resource page to start. I hope it helps for your new blog post http://3daysmilitarydiet.com/results-reviews/3-day-military-diet-results.html