Hey I’m Coach T, head coach here at UltraCore fitness based in Haywards Heath Sussex. Are you wondering how to stay on track over this festive season?
Well, I have some tips and ideas to keep you on track, along with some great recipes that I am going to share with you completely free of charge. Think of it as a Christmas gift from UltraCore Fitness.
Friends, Family & Work parties all make it seem impossible to keep on track and that easy option of “I’ll start fresh in January” is so tempting and a easy picking.
Starting it off with breakfast
Kicking your day off with a great breakfast is a sure way to start the day right.
Porridge, egg on toast or maybe an allowable cooked breakie.
Keeping to a training schedule can help keep the lbs off, keep you strong and on track over the festive period.
Plan your Holiday fitness schedule for the next 8 weeks leading into the new year.
We have included a simple printable 8 week planner you can use below.
Let’s not pretend that we are going to sail through the festive season without a little drink on a night out in celebration.
So making a good effort to stay hydrated before and after any event is key
.Making a big effort to ensure you drink at least 2 - 3litres water per day, including herbal teas, diluted juice and even tea’s and coffee can be part of the total. Staying hydrated can help keep headaches away and get you back on track sometimes straight after the night out...Be sensible, have fun and keep it to that night with a view to get straight back on it after.
Sensible Snaking -
Don’t turn up to a party hungry.
Always eat before you go to a party or a friends house, if you have some good snacks before going you won’t indulge on party food.
We have some great ideas of some pre-party snacks for you.
1. Banana PancakesSo quick and easy, 2 bananas & two eggs mixed together and cooked in coconut oil 2. Peanut Butter, Jam & banana on toast
This is not as disgusting as it sounds, its a great filler before a night out & the the ingredients help with lining the stomach pre-drinking.