I get it. Very few people want to think about fitness and weight loss around the holidays.
From Halloween to Christmas my blog’s traffic drops. Clients get lax with their check-ins. And scale cursing commences.
We just want to eat and do what we want and worry about weight loss when the New Year’s resolutions come around.
This same pattern has gone on for 7 years, and it’s not going to change anytime soon. Traffic drops in half and then in the weeks after Christmas it quadruples. The same thing can be seen with foot traffic in gyms during that time.
So how do you navigate this fitness lull so you don’t keep back-tracking on your goals? And how do you do it without constantly feeling like you’re being harassed about your body?
Focus On Relative Progress
Progress isn’t always measured in pounds lost. If you typically gain weight during the holidays, then maintaining… Continue Reading