The holiday season is extremely crowded and people become more lenient with their looks. People tend to eat more, and do less sports. Excuses such as ‘I do not have time to do sports because I’m preparing for Christmas‘ or ‘I ate much because I was invited to many parties’, or ‘I will get back in shape after the Holidays!’ are common. How to stay fit during the holidays in 7 easy steps.
If you fall into this category, then these 7 tips from will be ideal for you.
Do not give up the exercise routine
If you’re the kind that workout daily, do not stop during holidays. Organize your schedule so that you do not cut the sport from your priority list.
However, few exercises will always be better than not doing at all. For example, if you run every evening for 30 minutes, you can reduce the time to 15 minutes during holidays.
Watch out for calories
Christmas and Easter are the enemy of low calorie consumption. With so many tasty foods and cookies around, it’s hard to keep up but not impossible.
You can manage your calorie consumption by preparing products that are not high in calories.
For example, if you spend Christmas at home and you prepare the food for the Christmas meal you can control the ingredients very well. Give up bacon, sausage or other fatty sauces and just summarize the roasting or steamed steaks with vegetables on the side. As for sweets, use milk and butter, and yogurt instead of sour cream.
The holidays are not only about sitting at the table, eating high-calorie foods and drinking alcohol. Holidays are also about going out. At Christmas, for example, going out with your kids and playing outside games in the snow should be great for getting rid of some extra calories.
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