Thursday, January 03, 2013
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All the supplements are NATURAL no additives or artificial ingredients. It is recommended to drink distilled water all day.
There is a lot of food prep time involved in this program. Like I have mentioned before, in order to change you have to get our of your comfort zone and stick with it.
I didn't do the prep work that I should have like, look at the recipe's and see what can be made ahead of time. Live & Learn
In order to reach my goals this year I needed a change. I was unsuccessful on reaching my goals last year and very disappointed. Time to get back up, refocus, and write out a new plan.
These past 2 days have been a little stressful because of try to get the meals prepared and taking care of stuff. Sure glad I don't have to fit in a workout. I haven't even done my 20 min brisk walks yet.
All the recipe's were in the book provided in the kit. For example Day 1:
Took my 3 supplements that were in the UR kit - Mineralize, Optimize, and Oxygenize.
Then you have to wait 30 min prior to eating breakfast. Which consist of
2 large eggs, steamed kale or spinach, with 2 slices of whole grain toast.
Lunch supplments 30 min prior to eating. Lunch consisted of baby mixed salad with dressing that was made from scratch.
2 hours after lunch you take your Alkaline mixed w/4 oz water.
Dinner consisted of baked salmon with asparagus, lemon, and baby potatoes.
It had slipped my memory what it was like following a meal plan. My main goal that I am hoping to get out of this program is to get my body cleaned out so it will absorb and utilize the clean foods that I will be eating the rest of the year. Another thing that I have constantly preached is NUTRITION is 90% of your success to get healthy. That is one of the main reason I started off with program to start off nutritionally healthy and no workouts.
When January 28th gets here I will be ready to DIG IN to INSANITY!!
I will keep ya updated on how the UR goes in a couple days
Wednesday, January 02, 2013
How To Improve Motivation
Maybe you've felt the same way. Maybe you've struggled to eat better, workout more, or take care of yourself in a way that creates hurdles that prevent you from living the life you want. Maybe you don’t know any other reality.
What will make the difference?
Find what makes you happy. This is the real secret to motivation.
If you struggle with motivation--and we all do on some level or in passing moments--it's important that you put your role in this world into context. That's why I recommend making declarations that acknowledge your deficits and areas where you'd like to improve.
Most of us settle in life. Settle for what's easy. Settle for what's convenient. Or settle for the only reality that we know. Improving motivation means changing that reality and becoming aware that there’s more in life that you want.
Tuesday, January 01, 2013
Diet is More Important Than Exercise
Getting back in shape is not an equal relationship. If you want to lose weight or gain muscle, diet is the more important element of the equation. That's not to say exercise isn't important. It's extremely valuable for many reasons. But as the saying goes, "You can't out-exercise a bad diet." It's true. And it's the reason why many people who do everything right in the gym still are frustrated with how they look and feel.
Track your foods to improve your awareness of what you eat. Focus on small behavioral changes. And be patient. Diet changes don't have to be difficult. And they don't have to include complete withdrawal of all your favorite foods. But change must occur on some level if your goals are aesthetically based. Sorry, but gym time alone won't cut it.
Monday, December 31, 2012
Being In Good Shape Makes Life Easier
This isn’t arrogance–it’s just the cold, hard truth. The leaner you are the easier it becomes to maintain your body, pack on new muscle, and eat the foods that you like. A variety of factors play into this, but improved insulin sensitivity (from lower levels of fat) is a big influence.
Is this meant to discourage you? No! It should provide you with even more motivation to get into the type of shape you want. Because once you do, everything becomes easier. In reality, it's no different than anything else in life. With your job, you typically have to grind until you reach the top. Once you do, you have more perks and benefits. Your body is the same way. Remember that, and take an "intern" mentality to your work ethic, your workouts, and your diet. Like your career, a relentless attitude will pay off and be worth the time and effort you spent.
START THE NEW YEAR WITH A HEALTHIER YOU! YOU DESERVE IT!
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