Getting Back On Track

Getting Back On Track

by Jesse J. Leyva, Owner of
Jesse James Fit, Outlaw Bootcamp & Outlaw Fit Camp 

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So you took a break from your fitness routine this summer. You ate, you drank, you relaxed, and ate some more. Well, now it’s time to face the music. As you look in the mirror after a summer of less-than-healthy eating, you notice that your body is puffy and bloated. Your joints are achy. Your clothes feel tight. Maybe you are feeling that way right now. Here’s how to get you back on the fitness fast track.

1. Find Your Focus

Summer happened. You ate things from the “never eat these” list, you drank more than you should have…but now it’s over. Draw a line in the sand. You’re back now so the bad eating stops now. If you’re serious about your fitness goals, then the past few weeks were the exception and not the rule. Don’t beat yourself up for letting loose. Simply get back up, dust yourself off and get focused.

2. Get Hydrated

While summer days can take on many forms, the end result is most often dehydration and water retention. The only way to restore your balance
is to get hydrated. Your first priority in getting back on track is to drink plenty of water throughout the day. Start with a tall glass of water in the morning, and carry a water bottle with you to sip throughout the day. Don’t add any artificial sweeteners or stimulants to your water – these will sabotage your hydration efforts. For flavor, add sliced fresh fruit, herbs or vegetables to your water, just like at the spa.

3. Cleanse Your System

For your first few days getting back on track, I need you to be extra picky about what you eat. Stick with only whole, real foods like fruits, vegetables, and lean meats. Whole, real foods will help to restore balance and block out cravings. Don’t eat any packaged foods for the next few days. This means no snack foods, processed meat slices, dairy, baked goods or alcohol.

4. Get Some Rest

As relaxing as summer days are, most end with the feeling of exhaustion. Make catching up on sleep a priority over the next few days. When your body is low on sleep, it becomes easier to make poor eating choices. You’re also less likely to get back into your workouts if you don’t give your body a chance to rest. Aim for getting a full 8 hours of sleep each night.

5. Jump Back Into Your Exercise Routine

It’s time to sweat out all those indulgences. So lace up your shoes and put on your favorite gym clothes. When you start your first workout, ease in slowly. Take the time to warm up and stretch your muscles before powering up to a solid 30-minute routine. We have just the exercise plan for you – one that will not only help you recover from your summer but will help keep you motivated and going strong in the future.

If you haven’t joined yet, now is the perfect time for you to start. Together we will get you to your goals with our results-driven method. Simply call or email today to set up your first workout.


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