New Year’s Resolution
As the new year approaches many of you will make the most common resolution of all. The resolution of losing weight and joining a gym.That normally lasts for a few weeks.Then when April approaches gyms and cardio classes fill up with the hope of getting t-shirt, summer dress, bathing suit ready in 60 days. Once the summer hits and the bbqs begin the attitude of ” it is what it is” settles in. Refusing the potato salad, BBQ ribs, and alcoholic beverages is just unheard of. How can one maintain a healthy diet with all this good food around? The weather is too nice outside to be in a gym or cardio class, so the thought process is I will start in September. In September the classes are full again until the weather begins to get cooler and the days end earlier then there are less people coming out. Why is it so hard to maintain your workout in the winter? As the number of students dwindle down to barely nothing, the couches get more comfortable.The weight begins to add back on and so does the frustration. Next the holidays are back.The food is everywhere and you are right back to your same new year’s resolution.

What must you do to end this cycle?
• First you have to change your thought process.
• You must become determine to change.
• Surround yourself with like people.
• Fill your mind with valuable information on healthier ways of eating and
• Get to the core of what’s keeping you from successfully maintaining a healthier

The concept of bio-individuality is that each person has unique food and lifestyle needs. One person’s food is another person’s poison, and that’s why fad diets tend to fail in the long run. Working on the principle of bio-individuality, I’ll support you to make positive changes that are based on your unique needs, lifestyle, preferences, and ancestral background. I will use a personalized, holistic approach to ensure that you will have great success!

If this is you and you want to break the cycle of the same new year’s resolution contact me for a free consultation.