No Days Off!

The number one way to stay on track this holiday season is to get back to your workout routine the very next day. Not the day after that or the next week, the very next day. Just because you had two pieces of pie doesn’t mean that’s the end of your diet.

Quitting will just give you an excuse to eat more and that’s way worse than overindulging one day out of the year.

Go on a high-fiber regimen the very next morning by adding high-fiber cereals and see how quickly your urge to overeat diminishes.

How do you plan to stay fit this holiday season?

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  1. I ate to enjoy myself from last November to December 27th, and I still managed to lose 1 pound by January 1st. I did the following:

    *Did cardio (treadmill or stationary bike) every single day for 40-60 minutes, even on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day (yes, it was that serious).

    *Had one serving of food at my family’s house and did not take anything home. I did allow myself two servings of pie, though.

    *The day AFTER Thanksgiving (and Christmas), I worked out for 60 minutes, and the rest of the days, I just did my usual 30 minute workouts.

    *Allowed myself the occasional snack in between Thanksgiving and Christmas (2-3 small/medium sized cookies, one candy bar or cupcake, or a bowl of macaroni and cheese, and not every single day. More like every 2 days).

    *Snapped back to my usual lifestyle 2 days after Christmas.

    Like I said, I didn’t gain a pound. That’s just what worked for me personally…

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