Though Thanksgiving was two weeks ago, those buttered holiday rolls look to be permanently attached to your sides (Oh No!). It is expected for most Americans to eat until passing out, during festive occasions; however, working out, in the midst of this busy season, is farfetched for even more [Americans]. Only the serious and disciplined fitness junky would indulge in such an activity, in the month of December. So for the ones who want to make an effort in becoming fit, here’s a quick, simple guide that’ll put you [back] on track before the New Year rolls in!
- Research shows that, on average, individuals gain one to two pounds per year. Those pounds are typically put on during the late fall/winter months. Make the short-term goal of breaking even, before January 1st: Whatever your weight was before adding on the additional holiday pounds, aim for reaching your original weight by January 1st.
- Before enjoying your Christmas meals and New Year’s meals, go for the not so stretchy clothing. Wear body conscious clothing will remind you to not go back for that second serving of macaroni!
- Get full before overeating by drinking a full glass of water before your meals.