You guys know my plan for getting fit for 2012, kinda blew up like the Hindenburg. That’s because I went full out of the gate, and took more of the fast and furious approach.
This year I am still in physical therapy, so I am just focusing on doing more, moving more, and loving more.
Since I am limited to what I can do, I am on the look out for workouts that take that into consideration. This is also good for people that will be starting new workouts this year as well. Hopefully with supporting each other, we can stick to making these small changes and see fabulous results.
I was cruising the world wide web, and find this workout that seemed pretty manageable. Check it out!
This has been adapted for peeps like me that can’t use their legs yet. To get full descriptions for this workout, visit Let’s Fight Holiday Fat website and search for ab workout!
Finishing that workout burns 183 calories (varies by weight)!
This holiday season, I am done with excuses as to why I can’t (or aren’t allowed to) move my body. It’s time that I suck it up and make slow changes, so I can prevent workout injuries.
The other half of the equation of course is the food part! Just to get a jump start, I wanted to find one recipe that would be really yummy plus add something to my diet. Right now I eat very few vegetables or fruits. This seemed like a good place to start!
This holiday parfait looks amazing, plus it sneaks in some fruits too!
To check out the recipe, just head to the “Let’s Fight Holiday Fat” website. Trust me it’s delicious!
If you guys are like me, and looking for a way to make small manageable changes and drop those extra pounds sign up for your free account at Let’s Fight Holiday fat. It has great workouts, recipes, and more. I plan on using it to help me kick my weight loss off on the right foot for 2013.
To find more awesome workouts like this one, make sure to check out the Health & Beauty section here on Crunchy Frugalista
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