The Summer Shape Up Challenge is complete and the results are in. For all of those who participated awesome work! During the last five weeks, the challenge participants followed the Whole30 Program and practiced daily habits to help build a better mindset around nutrition and health.
As summer gets closer our schedules tend to get filled up with all the things: graduations, extra kid activities, vacations, summer pool parties, and the list goes on. These changes are hopefully filled with lots of fun and memories however,
Nutritious Nuggets: Weekly tips and tricks from Coach Maddie to inspire you to get your nutrition on track.
We are talking all things alcohol today. A drink or two a night can really add up and be preventing you from reaching your fitness and or weight loss goals.
We have all done it. It’s Friyay! and we decide to go out and celebrate the weekend by eating all the foods we didn’t eat during the week (or we may have still ate it then too…) Maybe it consists of Mexican food with endless baskets of chips and salsa and margaritas,
It appears we quickly went from Winter to Summer here in Georgia…no Spring for us this year. As it is getting hotter we are sweating more which leaves us at risk for dehydration and dehydration is bad news for our training and health.
For Nutritious Nuggets today I am reposting some informative words from our wise leader, Josh.
To recap, what FitWit is all about:
- We use fitness programming to help you become more useful and capable.
Are you thinking about participating in the Summer Shape Up Challenge? You should!
What are we doing you ask? We are following the Whole30 Program for five weeks. We are also focusing on practicing other healthy habits like drinking more water,
It is slowly starting to get warmer outside and I can’t wait to breakout some of my favorite things to eat. I wanted to share some of my original recipes with you that you can also tryout!
Chili Lime Cauliflower Rice
1 lb cooked shrimp (or chicken)
1 Jicama (shredded,
Last week we chatted about the importance of getting ample shut eye. First step was to be an observer of your sleep patterns. This could be keeping a sleep diary or even using a sleep tracking app to track the total hours of sleep (roughly) you are getting every night for one to two weeks.
When it comes to our fitness and physique goals we put a lot of emphasis on exercise and nutrition, and rightfully so. If you are feeling on point with your workouts and meals but are still not seeing any changes,