Got a great question from Dale the other day.
“I’d like to be able to maintain the progress I’ve made during the challenge and am fearful I’ll easily/quickly go off the rails and revert to old habits. Is this common? any words of advice?” – Dale
This is a common, and kinda scary question.
When you reach that goal, finish the challenge, and get to where you want to be…
You want to enjoy your favorite foods and a bit more freedom, but how much is too much to keep you from falling back into old ways?
Coach Heidi and I got to talking about this, and decided to put it on (digital) wax for this week’s podcast – I reached my goal, now what?
In this episode, you will learn:
- How to avoid the pitfall of training to “maintain”
- How to introduce your favorite foods and habits without losing everything
- How a change of focus will lead to sustainable results
- Simple tips and tricks to avoid letting a cheat day turn into a cheat weekend (or week)
- How we break down what worked and what didn’t in your challenge
Thank you for listening
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Coach “on the rails” Jay
PS – Come celebrate the end of the challenge with us this Saturday at 9am! Potluck/bbq/costumes/pinata….Hale-o-ween!
Workout of the Day for 10-28-16
Shoulder mobility workshop Wednesday, Novemeber 9th (7:30-8:30pm) Focusing on improving overhead position, reducing pain, and giving you tools to use to fix your issues. $29 and limited to 12 people.
AMRAP 12 MIN:
15 Front Squat (95/65lbs)
MFC Baseline 1
15 min AMRAP:
50 sit ups
25 push ups
Max rep sit stands in remaining time