By: Susan Howard
I fear I was a bit negative in my last blog, telling you, the reader, that if you want to eat a nacho you’d better go climb Mt. Kilimanjaro to burn off all that extra calorie intake. I feel bad, truly I do, for making food the enemy and asking you to have boundless will power. And for basically being a meanie.
So this time I thought I would give you some positive tactics to stave off weight gain while still having a life.
10. Give thanks. Appreciate your body for what it is. Show off the parts you love and make peace with the squishy parts -it’s all you.
Workout: Push ups (try to do 6 sets of 10)
10 Incline (hands on stairs, feet on ground)
Rest for 30 seconds
10 Flat (hands and feet on ground)
Rest for 30 seconds
10 Decline (feet on stairs, hands on ground)
Rest for 1 minute
Repeat 2 more times for a total of 6 sets.
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