Avoid the Summer Fitness Vacation Workout Slump

terri-erands1Yep, that mini summer getaway is perfect plan for achieving that well deserved rest & relaxation. However the mini rest & relaxation can test your workout and diet willpower.  Here are a few steps that you can take to avoid that workout and weight gain melt down while on holiday.

Scale back on your food intake. Remember that portion control is key when it comes to healthy food intake. Consider moderation when going for those extra snacks, while in that state of  holiday chill.

Tweak your workout agenda, stay active. I know that it is tough to get up early to get that early morning power walk in.  However, avoid letting your established  fitness achievements  take
a back seat.

List your overall fitness goals in your cell phone. In the moment you feel like bailing from your workout review your original goals as a friendly reminder.

21 Days Polar Loop Employee Wellness Challenge. We are on day 16 of our 21 day make your fitness-wellness habits a reality. Keep on bringing it, no turning back—Let’s finish strong as one united J healthy team. —Get Fit For Life!

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