Now that the evenings are drawing in and the weather is getting even worse I tend to find it a bit more difficult to keep fit and keep my weight under control. I’m not a fair weather runner, you understand. It’s just nicer to be outside when the sun is shining.
After the nightmare of putting on over 14 pounds last winter, I am certainly not going to let that happen again. But one of the problems is that pounds tend to creep up on you. I’ve never woken up one morning, looked in the mirror and said
“Yikes! Where did that 10 pounds come from?”.
Instead the weight creeps on, one molecule at a time. The daily changes are so small it is easy to miss them. Then one day you get a reality check and realise that the months have not been kind to you…
So what’s the solution viagraindian.com? Well I think now is the time to refocus on what’s important. Even when it’s cold outside I need to remember that the hardest part of a run is getting over the threshold. When I get back I will feel great! And the same applies to the mini-circuits which I sometimes use to try and keep the rest of me in shape. Not to mention the idea of going swimming, which I never seem to have time for in summer, so why not try something different for the winter? The swimming pool is nice and warm, it’s well lit even when it’s dark and gloomy outside, and it never rains indoors!
So now I’m going to focus on doing the exercise – I know I’ll feel good afterwards, and keep an eye on what I’m eating. It’s really just a case of doing what I know works. I found an interesting article about the secrets to long term success with health, fitness and weight management, which really lays out the key points very neatly. In case you are interested, have a look for yourself:
Good luck with maintaining your fitness through the winter. I’ll be in touch soon with more helpful ideas and a special offer for my own book Get Fit, Feel GREAT! Watch this space!