An object in motion tends to stay in motion…unless exerted upon it an equal and opposing force.
Were you in motion before the holidays? Did the opposing force of holiday season get the best of you? If so, NO worries! It’s life, it cycles and there ya go! The key is to put your foot down and say “enough!” One of my favorite quotes ever is,
Yesterday you said “tomorrow.”
Oh, SO good, right!?
It’s time to put your foot down and get the New Year moving.
One of the best ways to get your momentum back is by making a commitment to achieve some kind of goal. Maybe I see a half marathon coming for you in Spring? Maybe you bought a new fitness DVD program? Right now, whip out a pen and paper and write down a goal that you really want to achieve…and get it started.
Tweetable: “Yesterday you said tomorrow. Tomorrow is here.”
If you are fumbling to find your game plan for January, consider some of these ideas for fitness:
- YogaGlow is an online yoga studio with incredible yoga classes. It’s monthly fee, but is very reasonable given the quality of instructors there. Some of my all-time favorite instructors have classes on YogaGlow
- Check out YouTube for follow-along, short form workout videos. There are some super fun 10 minute workouts that actually work
- Put on your headphones and your favorite 5 songs in a playlist. Hit the floor and dance until all 5 songs are done. It’s a blast; trust me.
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“You are stronger than the resistance that lives in your head. It’s time to start talking back.”
Stay strong, friend.