Fitness Holiday | Redirect Your Attention OFF Food to Beat Holiday Weight Gain

Fitness Holiday | If your family gatherings normally revolve around food, it’s time to begin a new tradition.

Take the focus off of food, get people away from the buffet table, and do an fitness holiday activity that everyone will enjoy.

Create a Fitness Holiday and play a game, make a holiday craft, dance to your favorite holiday tunes, play a motion-based video game, go ice skating, build a snowman, or go sledding.

Fitness Holiday | Las Vegas Live-in Fitness Residential Weight Loss Camp

Fitness Holiday | Las Vegas Live-in Fitness Residential Weight Loss Camp

Let your fitness holiday beat holiday weight gain for yourself and those on whom you have a positive influence.

What do holiday parties and get together all have in common?

Food and drinks…high-calorie food and drinks, that is!

No wonder most people gain weight during the holidays.

Everywhere you turn, you’re surrounded by sweet temptations to sabotage your fitness holiday mindset – holiday cookies, gingerbread houses, pumpkin pies, and more. Even healthy foods like sweet potatoes and green beans are magically transformed into high-calorie dishes that will make you want to do nothing but fall asleep. And don’t forget the drinks. Eggnog and alcoholic beverages are loaded with calories.

Want to sidestep those holiday pounds?

Stay Focused on Making it a Fitness Holiday

Yes, the holidays bring yummy foods and drinks, but friend gatherings and family traditions aren’t about food. Before a party, remind yourself what the holiday season is all about – friends, family, giving, and religious traditions. Then stay focused on the reason for the season rather than the plate full of hors d’oeuvres in front of you.

Second, stay focused on your dieting goals. Remind yourself of where you’ve come from and where you’re going. Keep your goals in the forefront of your mind. A few bites of food aren’t worth hours on the treadmill.

The holidays can be a time of emotional eating. For many people, the holidays bring stress, family conflict, or depression. Learn to address the root of your problems with solutions other than food or drink.

Strategize Your Fitness Holiday

Is your holiday social calendar filled with night after night of parties and events? It’s time to come up with a plan. If you want to keep your diet on track, you’ll need to pace yourself. Don’t come to a party hungry but eat a small low-calorie snack ahead of time. Otherwise, you’ll overeat. When it’s time for extreme measures, wear tight-fitting clothes around your waist so there’s not much room for expansion.

Before and after a meal, chew gum so you won’t be tempted to overindulge in appetizers and desserts. During a party, don’t stand right next to the food table, but keep a safe distance. And before you get a plate of food, choose your plate wisely. Go with a small plate instead of a large dinner plate and don’t go back for seconds!

Another important strategy is figuring out how to get in the gym between parties. Leaving room in your busy holiday schedule for exercise will help you fight off the extra weight trying to attach itself to your midsection and rear.

Wise Choices

Be smart about what you choose to eat. Don’t deprive yourself of all the foods you love or you’ll likely spurge and ruin all your good intentions. Enjoy the goodness of the season, but in moderation. Trim calories where you can by limiting your trimmings-cheeses, gravy, sauces, creams, and nuts.

The holidays offer many food choices not available the rest of the year. Because of this, you may want to overindulge before they’re gone. Instead of doing this, survey what foods are available and make your choices. Indulge in your favorites and leave the everyday dishes for another time. Only eat what you love, and don’t just eat something because it’s on the buffet.

Also, be sure to limit the amount of alcoholic beverages you drink. While you may not know it, they’re filled with calories, too. Try alternating an alcoholic drink with a non-alcoholic drink.

Follow these simple tips, and you will avoid holiday weight gain this season and start the New Year off right!

Exercise is a huge part of the equation when it comes to achieving weight loss. Share your favorite activities and have a wonderful fitness holiday.

 

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Weight Loss Camp for Men | Las Vegas 3-Week Fitness Success

Weight Loss Camp for Men | Las Vegas 3-Week Fitness Success

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Weight Loss Camp for Men resulted in success averaging a 1 Lb daily weight loss and 4″ off his belly; he couldn’t be more on his way toward maintaining his former physique goals.

Jason worked out for 3 weeks at Las Vegas Live-in Fitness weight loss camp for men to regain his passion for healthy living.

Before arriving at the Las Vegas weight loss camp for men, international business and constant travel had taken a toll on the 37 year old. He knew he could do better if he could just do a reset on his habits. Restaurant eating need not be the worse case scenario with a winning formula of meal balance and healthy choices.

Fitness energized him and reminded him of a healthier past. This fueled him to further effort and amazing results. The before and after photos were compelling and he vowed to remind himself with the photos periodically. That way, he could hold himself accountable to a higher standard.

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Mens Fitness Boot Camp Camaraderie

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Intense exercise is known to increase testosterone and there is certainly a lot of it at mens fitness boot camps.

Three men came from different regions, all set out for the best mens fitness boot camps they could find. They arrived in Las Vegas unknown to one another, but quickly formed a fitness brotherhood during their stay at the residential fitness retreat.

The male bonding factor is high in a 24/7 environment of positive energy and best efforts. They all lost weight, built muscle, increased fitness on all levels and claim to have had a great time of it.

Each of the men had similar goals and interests. They all liked weight training, cycling, and outdoor activity. Coaching them was easy. Each workout session offered personal bests. The men encouraged and applauded one another every step of the way. They got sore. They got tired. They all got up each day eager for more of the same. Here is a bit about these three guys:

David, age 69, had just sold his company to enter into retirement life and needed to lose weight and get back into shape.

Tony, age 53, was rebuilding his body after surviving cancer and chemotherapy.

Donald, age 48, was on a mission to overcome health risks brought on by several years of self-neglect.

The three men bonded at Las Vegas Live-in Fitness residential weight loss camp where they set out on an adventure that pushed them all on to a much higher level than they had anticipated. See David’s video highlight story of his adventures at senior weight loss camp to see how it worked!

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Mens Weight Loss Camp in Las Vegas Rebuilt Former Athlete After Chemo

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Senior Weight Loss Camp | Fit for 70 in Las Vegas

David fulfilled his own self-promises at men’s senior weight loss camp.

Senior Weight Loss Camp | Fit for 70 at Las Vegas Live-in Fitness

Senior Weight Loss Camp | Fit for 70 at Las Vegas Live-in Fitness

This was a long-standing goal for David and he eagerly joined the two other younger men at the private residential weight loss camp.

He had just sold his company to enter into retirement life and needed to lose weight and get back into shape.

Tony, age 53 was rebuilding his body after surviving cancer and chemotherapy. Donald, age 48 was on a mission to overcome health risks brought on by several years of self-neglect.

The three men bonded and set about on an adventure that pushed them all on to a much higher level than they had anticipated. See David’s video highlight story of his adventures at senior weight loss camp to see how it worked!

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David, Age 69
Monterrey, CA

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Senior Weight Loss Camp at Las Vegas Live-in-Fitness Fit for 80

Senior Weight Loss Camp Gets 79-year-old Fit for 80th| Las Vegas Live-in Fitness

Senior Weight Loss Camp Gets 79-year-old Fit for 80th at Las Vegas Live-in Fitness

Walter’s son contacted Debra at Las Vegas Live-in Fitness after viewing her web page and videos on “Senior Weight Loss Camp“.

After years of spousal care giving followed by 3 years of sedentary bereavement, he had lost interest in all that once kept him active. They needed a customized program suitable for Walter to start at a very low level of physical capability.

Debra explained that her approach for senior weight loss camp clients was the same as for any other special population; assess then progress.

After seeing what Walter was comfortable doing, the progress began. Small steps toward improvement were made in each of the workout sessions taking place throughout the day. Over the period of one month, Walter had exceeded his own expectations.

The Adult Tricycle is used in Senior Weight Loss Camp conditioning program.

A major aspect of Walter’s cardio workouts were done on an industrial tricycle as seen in the video highlight story below. This gave him the stability he needed while enhancing leg and lung power.  Also, his weight-bearing cardio workouts utilized Nordic trekking poles.  Again, stability was optimized while redistributing efforts onto his upper body to help off load the legs. This worked well for Walter and in a short while he regained the confidence to walk with greater stamina and stability. He then began to plan travel and sightseeing trips for the near future!

The quality of Walter’s life was greatly enhanced by increasing his ability for life’s daily tasks with a nice reserve left over for recreation.

Update: Since leaving Debra’s Senior Weight Loss Camp, Walter has ridden his mountain bike 40 minutes daily and claims he will never give it up again.