Be patient with yourself. Reinforce your new, healthy habits but if you undertake an unhealthy activity, don’t despair – Be careful not to berate yourself or think that one mistake “blows” a whole day’s worth of healthy habits. You can do it!
Just take one day at a time!
- These goals are minimum objectives to reach good health and they represent 150 hours of moderate movement, and 60 hours of resistance training, the hydration that is minimally required, and basic good nutrition to start you on a healthy plan.
- You should be realistic about what you can manage! Choose a single tracker like keeping track of how much water you are drinking. Logging your daily routine is a great way to start new habits and add to better health, increase your hydration, and decrease your appetite; a handy tool in your fitness and weight-loss toolbox.
- For convenience, a sample like #6 which tracks food, exercise ( walking and weight-bearing), and water will help keep all your fitness metrics in one place. At the end of each day, log in your information.
This is a great way to see what you are accomplishing and where you can make adjustments.
I hope you find this helpful,