It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle change. So true, but how do you change a lifestyle of 20, 30+ years? Staying active is key to staying fit because you body wants to be moving, muscles want to feel needed. haha I couldn’t help but throw a little muscle psychology in there. Seriously, now that you have committed to getting fit, there are a few things to think about. Such as, some new hobbies and activities. Believe me, as soon as you get over the, “Wow, this is really hard” phase, you will feel so good you will want to find some new hobbies and activities to do!
I have found a few new active hobbies to enjoy in the last few years and the discovery continues! If all goes well, I may be doing another first this weekend…hitting the slopes, albeit the bunny slopes, but still a first! Of course, if I can withstand riding on the lift! Warning: unless there’s a horse under me, I am a big chicken. Stay tuned for how it turns out!
What fun new activity is in your future? Make a list of things you have never done but want to try. Another reason to get fit!
Sometimes it can be difficult to think of new ideas to get moving and be active. If you missed my list of 100 Ways to Burn Calories Without Working Out, check out the list below.
While everyone deserves some good ole fashioned down time, keep in mind being fit is a lifestyle not only a hour a day.
Make some great plans this weekend to incorporate some fun activity for the entire family. I would love for you to share them with me via Instagram @fitfoundme and/or on the Facebook group page! I promise to share our pics with you! Staying active is key!