Exercise + nutrition + listening to David & Carol = Fantastic fit body
No doubt you’ve all heard that nutrition is key to transforming your body – I know we are always telling clients just how important it is. But it’s the one big that people don’t want to change or don’t think they need to change. In conjunction with a good exercise plan, you have to key in on your eating habits to see great results.
Take it from Anne……….
‘After 10 highly successful months with RBD the most important lesson I have learnt is that you need all the above elements to achieve your goals. Each element is good but when combined, you get great. Nutrition is paramount to being able to reach your goals. I have discovered that by keeping to the excellent nutritional food plan given by RBD you will get the energy, vitality and fuel to push your body to its limits when working out or just getting through the day. It also has the added bonus of curbing cravings, overeating, reduces mood swings and tiredness during the day. The crucial part of this is to keep (an honest) food diary; this allows you to see where you may be eating the wrong foods at the wrong times etc. Even now when I seem to reach a plateau in losing weight (or putting weight back on!) I go straight back to keeping a food diary – it gets me back on track every time.David & Carol have a wealth of expertise in all areas of fitness and nutrition. Take on board all they advise, I promise that you will not regret it.‘
Whether you want to lose 10kg or a few pounds, keeping on track with your nutrition is vital. All you need is a pen & paper and note down everything you eat & drink on a daily basis. This gives you an idea of what you eat, how much you eat, when you eat etc. Remember to be honest; not acknowledging the 3 chocoalte bars you ate doesn’t mean you didn’t eat them. Your food diary is an invaluable tool to help you reach your goals.
Top Tip: note down how you feel after you’ve eaten or whether it’s been ‘one of those days’ etc. This can help you identify triggers for your eating habits……….some days we’re just to busy to think about lunch, or have had the day from hell and needed those biscuits.
Still not convinced? Keep an honest food diary for one week. At the end of the week, review the journal and find one nutrition thing that you would like to change for the following week. It could be drinking more water, cutting down on biscuits, increasing your protein intake etc. Do not try to change everything in one go, just take it step by step.