Summer holidays – love them or hate them, there is one thing for certain: all normal routine goes out the window! It’s why so many of my clients decide to write off July and August and leave all efforts to improve healthy and fitness until September when the kids are safely back in school.
Well it doesn’t have to be that way. It is possible to enjoy the summer months AND keep making progress. Whether you’ve got children or not, this email is for you. Let’s keep you on track and feeling good. Get to September feeling fabulous rather than frazzled.
1. JOIN MY ONLINE PROGRAMME!
Designed to take all the guesswork out of losing weight and getting into shape. All you need is your phone and internet and everything you need is ready and waiting. Workouts that the kids can join in with, loads of family friendly recipes and daily articles to help you understand what works and why.
Plus it is on SPECIAL OFFER at the moment…£89 for the 8 week normal Kickstart programme instead of £149! Just use the link ‘fabsummer18’ at checkout. Click here to get it now!
2. CREATE A SUMMER ROUTINE
It’s unlikely you’ll be able to stick to your normal routine over the holidays – so don’t even try. Create a new one for you and your family. Get the calendar out and look at when you are home/ on holiday. Think about how you could create a routine for both that will allow you to feel good.
3. ALL ABOUT BALANCE
It is inevitable treats will creep in…it’s the holidays after all! Just try to balance them by staying active and making most of your meals as healthy as possible
4. GET THE WHOLE FAMILY INVOLVED
Don’t think of getting fit and healthy as something that is just for you. Get the whole family cooking and making healthy treats and do exercise with the kids.
5. KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE PRIZE
A big part of wanting to be healthy is so you look and feel your best every day. More energy, brighter skin, confidence – these are the rewards for eating well and moving more. When you feel like you are stuck in a downward spiral, just do one thing to improve your health that day. Then another, then another. It all starts with one single step.