It’s time to put down the Christmas cookies, walk away from the Netflix binge, and actually reset our habits. This year, we’re doing things a little bit different: really focusing on the things that can create real change for YOU.
- 1/10-1/16: Intake Week – sign up for your assessment time here
- 1/17 – 2/14: 4 weeks of Healthy Habits
The Deets: This year we are focusing on YOUR personal goals and making them come to fruition. Therefore, we aren’t taking InBody scans, but we’re still taking some of those key measurements. We also aren’t tracking your daily macros, but we’ll be helping you understand them so that you can best achieve your goals. We’ll take daily scores of some key healthy habits (see the list below), and also provide some fun education in the form of challenges and informative tips and tricks.
Daily scoring is based on the following factors:
- Class attendance
- Workouts Logged in Push Press
- Sleep Log
- Weekly Challenges
- Water consumption
- Vegetable consumption
- Lack of alcohol consumption
What you get from the Healthy Habits Kickstart:
- Weekly check-ins for accountability
- Guidance and valuable information on nutrition
- Pre and Post body measurements
- 4 Weekly Challenges
- Weekly Tips, Blogs and Videos posted to a closed Facebook Group
Winner(s) will be chosen based on a combination of the total points they received during the month, ability to achieve their personal goals, performance during the challenges, and overall spirit and camaraderie during the month. The winner(s) receive:
- One free month of B-Inspired Nutrition Guidance and Counseling
- 3 free personal training sessions with Stephen Wallace
In case you missed it, here’s how to sign up:
A few quick tips to get you started:
It will be important for you to do a few things to remain motivated for the next four weeks and beyond. Take a moment to do the following:
- Find your deep reason. It will be the safeguard that keeps you going when you’ve got nothing left in the tank.
- Find meaning in being uncomfortable. Being uncomfortable and overcoming that naturally makes you mentally stronger.
- Separate your feelings from your true self. It is natural to assume that our feelings drive our behavior, which in some cases they can. Keep a mentality of “my moment-to-moment feelings do not have to determine who I am or what I choose to do.” And then use behavior to change negative feelings.
- When it gets really hard, promise yourself you can quit tomorrow, to get through it, only after this workout; only after this last round of meal prep; only after this last bite of broccoli. Once you make it, you won’t want to quit tomorrow Over time, these actions will help you to reinforce the decision and action to “do the thing that’s good for me right now,” and it’ll shape your future impulses and preferences. When you wake up “tomorrow” your low point will have passed and you have the ability to start fresh, in turn letting you not quit.