It's easy to use the holidays as an excuse to pig-out and not care about what you are eating and drinking. It is all too easy to promise yourself you'll start your healthy routines again with your New Year's resolutions. The holidays are a time to have fun, enjoy friends and family, and get away from work.
But why make getting into shape harder for yourself on January 1st? After all, will that extra helping of holiday ham or those extra cookies really make that much difference in your enjoyment of the festivities?
Check out these 15 tips to help you live sensibly this holiday.
Make Holidays Healthy with Water
So how much water do people really need? The old rule of thumb has been to drink eight 8-ounce cups of water every day. This holiday season, remember to drink plenty of water as well. Making drinking water a regular part of your daily routine will improve your health and just might help keep those holiday pounds from haunting your New Year.
Learn 10 Tips To Incorporate Water Into Your Day as well as the Top 10 Holiday Drinks to Avoid.
Get Moving – Holiday Games & Activities for the Family
Encourage your family to fit activity into our holiday get together. Try these fun games to get you and your family moving.
Tips to Keep Active thru the Holidays
By increasing the amount and frequency of physical activity, you can burn off those extra calories and look and feel better than ever. One of the most effective ways to maintain focus is to frequently bombard your brain with cues and prompts to exercise. Here are some easy & effective tips.
Holidays will soon be upon us. The additional demands on our energies can leave many of us feeling that the holidays must be endured rather than enjoyed. Our stress levels impact on our emotional and physical well-being, so it is important to manage stress. How? Try these suggestions.
Avoid Holiday Weight Gain
Individuals who are overweight are most likely to add 5 or more pounds. It's wise to plan ahead for holiday celebrations. Here the keys to help you survive holiday weight gain.