Here is what you will need to do:
Swimming 6 Hours 41 Minutes
Running 8 Hours 21 Minutes
Biking 9 Hours 33 Minutes
Intense Yoga 11 Hours 7 Minutes
Walking 20 Hours 15 Minutes
Get-togethers with our loved ones during the holiday season make it tough for anyone to stay on track. Yet no-one wants to greet 2018 with any extra pounds.
Here are a few tips to help you survive the holidays and sail through the season happy, healthy, and very wise.
- Eat your breakfast! You'll be less tempted to overindulge on holiday goodies. Start your day out right with the most important meal of the day.
- Stay hydrated! Drink half your body weight in ounces of water every day. (150 pounds = 75 ounces of water) You'll fight hunger and holiday fatigue.
- Eat before you go to a party and prepare a healthy appetizer to take with you. Those with similar goals looking for better options will thank you!
- Enjoy your holiday favorites but practice portion control. Often, a few bites will satisfy any craving and won't blow your weight loss goals. Listen to your body.
- Since many traditional holiday foods are loaded with calories, do an internet search and give your favorites a healthy upgrade. Use the words "healthy", "low-cal", "gluten free" or "dairy free". Whatever your vice is, you'll be surprised at how many healthy alternatives are available for you to do some tweaking.
- Give family, friends and neighbors nonfood treats. An ornament, a gift certificate, something calorie free that will last longer than a few bites.
- Rev up your metabolism by exercising before and after holiday dinners so those calories do not find a resting place. Grab your family and friends and take the opportunity to spend quality time together!
- Pack your shopping cart with even more fruits and vegetables this time of year. Make them easily accessible for a quick and healthy snack.
- Plan your meals ahead of time. When the craziness of the holidays sets in, you'll be ready with better choices.
- Stay focused on your goals and keep your promise to yourself that you will have a healthy and rewarding holiday season and a major jump on the new year. While you may not be able to control what you are being served at all times, you always have control over what you eat.