5 Tips To Beat The Winter Weight Gain

The average person gains 10lb of fat in the run up to Christmas! All things in moderation is a really good motto that serves you well over time.  To help with that, here are some important healthy holiday eating tips as we move into the season…

#1 – Get the bulk of your calories early in the day. A “breakfast of champions” will serve you really well year round, but particularly during the holidays.

#2 – Don’t go to that party hungry. You know what will be there, and most of it is “danger” food! Eat something healthy before you head out to the holiday shindig.

#3 – Portion control. If you just do this on a consistent basis…you’ll see the pounds begin to melt away. Really. Sample different things, but don’t overdo anything, particularly the dreaded “comfort foods.”

#4 – Substitute dry white or red wine for other alcohols. If you drink, don’t drink the egg nog! Beers and mixed drinks pack more calories. Yes, your friends may give you an odd look, but you’ll feel better than they do the next day (and you’ve got a goal to achieve, which makes you better than them anyway! :)

#5 – Join Boot Camp NOW! That’s right join my fitness Boot Camp now and get a jump start on your New Years resolutions. What’s more I’ll let you train for FREE in December if you join my 6.30am, 9.30am or 12.00pm classes. For more information click here

By the way, Christmas is great day to do a workout in the morning. You’ll enjoy the meal that much more. And if you can’t get in a workout, then by all means come see me the next business day!

Train Hard, Eat Smart!

Marc
Get Results  Like These
“In the four weeks that I have been going to boot camp I have lost 18 inches and 13lb of body fat! This came as a surprise as I didn’t think I had lost that much as I hadn’t been as good with my diet as I should have been, so it could have been more!

I would definitely recommend Marc’s boot camp training to     anyone, as long as you put the work in you will see the results. If I can do it anyone can!”

Emma, South Molton