I’ve realized over the last few months just how many of my clients really struggle with weekend challenges.
And I don’t mean the challenging workouts either.
I mean the not just keeping the unhealthy eating and drinking under control.
It’s almost like a nemesis.
Great weeks followed by crazy weekends followed by a week recovering from the crazy weekend.
And just like your work week, the more planning and structure you have going in the better.
One of the best systems I’ve seen is the”Saturday Night Fever” routine.
It works like this…
Know you’re going to eat a healthy breakfast and lunch and workout on Saturday.
And at 6pm on Saturday, your cheat/reward meal, party etc. is ON!
When you wake up Sunday you’re back to your normal weekly nutrition schedule. (and you can start recovering/prepping for the week ahead, with out feeling deprived)
It’s just a suggestion, your results may vary, but the success principles remain the same.
Planning and preparation work.
Not knowing, guessing, and going forward without a plan, hoping for the best, never works well. And usually not at all.
If you want results you can get results…
And if you’re ready for a challenging workout this weekend,
No Weights No Problem: Filthy Fifty
50 Repetitions of each exercise..
(take a break between or during sets
50 Jump Squats
50 Regular Push ups
50 Mountain Climbers
50 Body weight Squats
50 Close Grip Push Ups
50 Siff Squats
(stand on your toes and squat)
Have a great weekend!
P.s. If you need a Kick-Start to your goals our Bring-A-Friend-Fortnight is open to you for until August 11th. All you need to do to participate is call Meghan at the office to let her know you’re coming.
Call NOW! 817-320-0743
P.P.s. If it’s after-hours you can reply to this newsletter and we’ll get back to you.