Know About Healthy Home Habits

At this point, during quarantine, it is easy to succumb to bad life decisions. Thirst, Netflix madness and lack of body activity are always tempting. It’s a situation where we can get stuck when we think we’ll eventually get it right or we can always start tomorrow. I think we could establish our own version of this and take this opportunity to carefully consider the habits we have when we are at home.

When we get to the gym, we know we’ll be in and out in about an hour. We have the starting and ending points of the trainings. The truth is that you still have about 12 hours or more a day! We see them all for about an hour a day, but the rest of their life is spent at work and at home. We cannot fully implement some of the habits we have formed at home. It’s easy to sit and snack while watching TV and suddenly eat a whole package of chips. With children and grandchildren, it is difficult to keep track of all the snacks in the house. And if you’re a craft beer lover like me, there’s always the temptation to try a new IPA off the shelf!

All these obstacles can hinder the achievement of health or quality of life goals. So I suggest we all take a look at what we have done during this time. Think about your goals and see if you continue to work towards them in a healthy way. When we spend so much time at home, we have the unique opportunity to see what we are doing when faced with the need to stay at home. Did we eat more? What products do we buy to refuel? Have you cooked more? What ingredients have you picked up? Did we eat after that night? How many times a week do we exercise? All these questions are a starting point to analyze what we do at home.

Habits or holidays help me to keep myself under control. I have a morning routine that consists of eating vegetables and fish oil in the morning. After having done it for so long, I don’t have to think about it anymore, it just happens out of habit. It’s the key. Identify the specific points or activities that will be done and continue the process until it becomes second nature. I have my days when I know I’m going to train.

Usually when I get dressed for a workout, it happens. Due to the quarantine, my new mental indicator absorbs my aminated energy. When I do, I know I’m going to train. When I go shopping, I make sure I don’t go out on an empty stomach anyway. I also keep a grocery chart that Justin made, which helps me remember what I need to buy. Buying in the middle and high price range is a positive thing for me!

Remember, we have a lot of information online for you! From healthy recipes and tips to online workouts right now! Just because we are not open to the gym does not mean that you cannot contact us for inquiries via Facebook Live or video chat. I encourage you to pay attention to some of the good habits you have and understand how you achieved these changes. I also want you to take a look at some things that you might want to improve. Make a game plan to make changes and contact the coach so we can help you!

In general, it is not an ideal situation for health and fitness, but we are finding new ways to interact and stay healthy. While we are at home, let’s make the most of it and focus on positive change! I hope we can look back and say that we have become stronger and more resilient!

At this point, during quarantine, it is easy to succumb to bad life decisions. Thirst, Netflix madness and lack of body activity are always tempting. It’s a situation where we can get stuck when we think we’ll eventually get it right or we can always start tomorrow. I think we could establish our own version…

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