With family, friends and food, I can't complain.
Our 2016 Thanksgiving was a great success and we hope you had a lovely holiday.
It's hard to believe that we are just days away from December which means that time is flying.
It's very common to count down days and rush the week but let's remember to always make the most out of every day. Life moves quickly!
Can you believe it's almost 2017????
We started off our Thanksgiving morning in downtown Greenville. We had a few Trimarnis racing the Trees Greenville 8K, including Karel and thousands of other runners. I just love seeing our Main street packed with active minded individuals and I just love how our community supports physical activity.
I passed on the race for no reason other than I didn't want to trash my legs with a hard, short effort as I am trying to be as consistent as possible with my running in this foundation phase. There will be plenty of hard efforts to come in the next few months.
So, I let speedy legs Karel battle it out with the young runners for 8 kilometers on a rolling hill course.
Yay for carbs (Karel and I are big fans!)
A quick fix of skipping meals, avoiding carbohydrates, extreme exercise to burn calories, not eating fat, replacing meals with caffeinated energy drinks, taking weight loss pills/supplements or any other method to quickly regain control over your diet to offset overeating WILL NOT WORK!
But guess what?
You can still reach your body composition/weight goals and enjoy the holiday eats and treats!
Be ok with the occasional indulgences and oversized portions.
A few days of "off" eating won't affect your long term goals.
Consider what you do between those occasional days, as that is what helps you move closer to your health and performance goals.
Need help to keep a healthy relationship with food and the body over the holiday season?
Let's work together.
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