Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Back to Basics

Remember when I talked about giving up on the scale? Let's just say it's a good thing I did this past week. I was not as good with the 21 Day Fix as I could have been. Life happens and sometimes we have to give ourselves a break. That's what I've been doing this summer. I've been taking time to enjoy my marriage and husband since we haven't seen each other a lot in our first year of marriage. (If you're new to the blog, he's in the military and is gone a lot.) I'll give you the full update on 21 Day Fix tomorrow - the good, the bad, and the ugly (yes, there is some ugly). First, I wanted to share something with you.

 
 As I said above, last week I fell off the eating and exercise wagon. (Okay, not the exercise completely - there was a trampoline class, rockclimbing, swimming, and a rigorous 6 mile hike in there but I wasn't doing my workouts everyday.) I have felt a big negative effect in my body as a result. I need to get back on the healthy eating train and quick.
 
To help jumpstart my return and in order to help others discover a healthier lifestyle, I've combined a couple of my free challenges to create an ultimate "Back to Basics" challenge. That's right - we're going back to the basics of eating, exercise, and water intake. With this new (and improved) challenge, we'll be making positive changes in our bodies one step at a time.
 
I like options, so I decided to offer some choices with this challenge. There are three ways to join in on the fun.
 
1. Eat clean for five days. (Meal plan will be provided.)
2. Exercise daily for thirty minutes. (Sample workouts will be provided.)
3. Meet your daily water intake. (Sorry, I can't provide the water, especially with California in a drought. I will provide tools for helping you track it though!)
 
If you want to really challenge yourself, you can take it up a notch and do a combination of the challenges. (I'll be doing all three and I know others who will be too.) I guarantee that this group will be fun, active, and easy to keep up with. Why don't you make a (small) commitment to yourself and your health and join us?
 
Interested? Email me, comment below, or just go ahead and add yourself here. (If I message you with questions, it's simply because I want to keep the group spam free and safe!)

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