FOOD HANGOVER

FOOD HANGOVER

Wow, what a day, huh? Christmas is always an exciting day and a special time of the year. It is a time when people share gifts, share time, and share experiences that can help or change the course of someone’s life. It is a time of celebration for some depending on your religion or faith for the birth a child who would be the savior of the world. The emotions that come with Christmas are so powerful that children across that national wait with anticipation of what that day may bring. Parades are organized, lights are hung, decorations are placed strategically, and of course, food is prepared with yummy seasoning that bring smiles to all that participate. Those delicious yams and stuffing with that turkey smothered in gravy or perhaps the tamales in various flavors such as chicken, beef, and pork. How about that roast chicken, gingerbread, eggnog, fruitcake, pumpkin pie, shortbread, trifle, and rice pudding that may have been served to make your taste buds dance. For some people they may have had bacon wrapped pork loin, tri tip, roasted duck, roasted goose, curry goat, ham, glazed ham, menudo, and ensalada de noche buena. All these food are so appealing and available to enjoy during the holidays. Then there are more sweet items that where on the table such as tiramisu, rum cake, tembleque, apple cider, apple pie, sweet potato pie, hazelnut mousse cakes, red velvet cake, and German chocolate cake. It is amazing how many goodies are out there that make the holidays so tastefully delicious.

How about this, let’s fast forward to that day after Christmas, when you are recovering from all those great foods and drinks. How did you feel? Were you stuffed? Were you bloated? Did you have a headache or tummy ache? Were you ready for some left over items? Did you feel a little lazy or out of it, kind of like a hangover? Well if you did feel a bit lazy, make sure you get moving so that you can burn off some of those stored calories. Make sure you call 855-73-GITRT (855-734-4878) to schedule your appointment with us. What we will do for you is design a routine that will burn calories, strengthen your body, and develop your movement skills that carry over into everyday life. Even if you didn’t feel lazy, you still need to call 855-73-GITRT (855-734-4878) to set up your appointment to get into better physical condition. Remember that old saying, take two of these and call me in the morning? Well, we would rather you not have to take a bunch of pills to help you, we would rather you get some physical activity in your life if you do not have it. We would rather you improve on the current level of activity that your are doing to make sure you are reaching your goals that you set. By the way, if you never set a goal, we will help you with setting goals so that you have a focal point to achieve and are not just randomly participating in the activity.

As the year-end comes closer, take sometime to reflect on your current fitness level. Are you in the best physical condition you can be in? Do you see other people with an example of a body that you wish you had? Has your Dr. prescribed another pill or changed you to a higher dose of something? Just consider making a small change in your lifestyle that will yield huge rewards in the future because you decided to become healthy and more physically fit. We look forward to meeting with you and guiding you to your destination. Buckle up for safety ladies and gentlemen because we are going on an adventures ride!

“Don’t wait until everything is just right. It will never be perfect. There will always be challenges, obstacles and less than perfect conditions. So what. Get started now. With each step you take, you will grow stronger and stronger, more and more skilled, more and more self-confident and more and more successful.” – quote: Mark Victor Hansen

“You are the embodiment of the information you choose to accept and act upon. To change your circumstances you need to change your thinking and subsequent actions.” – quote: Adlin Sinclair

“People who are unable to motivate themselves must be content with mediocrity, no matter how impressive their other talents.” – quote: Andrew Carnegie