How to Write a Fitness Plan 4: The FIT Principle

Your fitness coach is back with part 4 of How to Write a Fitness Plan.  Watch this, then write out your plans for frequency, intensity and time and make them specific.  If you think this could help someone else write their fitness plan, click the “like” or “send” button.

 

How to Write a Fitness Plan Part 3: Specificity

In this third installment of, “How to Write a Fitness Plan” from your favorite online fitness coach, ME!  I’ll cover a component of fitness that describes a simple concept.  Watch the video, comment and contact me with any questions!  If this is helpful, it might help someone else.  Click “like” or “send” and get the message out there.  Let’s end the trend of obesity, increase strength, improve self-confidence and relieve stress with the right tools to get started.

How to Write a Fitness Plan: Components of Fitness

Writing a Fitness Plan can help you gain strength and self confidence when you see your workout having the results you want.  In part one of this series, you learned how to set a goal.  In this post, learn what the components of fitness are and how you use them to write your plan.  Get your paper and pencil or trusty word processor and get started after you watch the video.  If you think this info. could help someone else try your hand at being a fitness coach and click “like” or “send” below.

 

Confused? Leave a comment and I will try to help you get a clearer picture!

How To Write A Fitness Plan: Setting Your Goal

Exercise can increase strength, improve your self-confidence and relieve stress, but you have to have a specific goal to get the most out of your workout. I’ve had many, many people say to me, “I want to lose weight.”, or “I want to get in shape.”, but they are not sure how to go about it.  Here is a video “how to” write a fitness plan. Let me be your personal fitness coach and break it down into easy to follow steps.  Part 1 is on how to set your goal.  You can also see part 2 here.

1.  Watch the video.  It’s only about 3 minutes long.

2. Get out your paper, pen, i-pad, whatever, and write your own goal.

3. Post your goal here.  I will help you tweak it if you need to.

 

What Happens When You Don’t Get Enough Sleep?

The Wrap-up to My Good Food Mood Experiment

After crunching the numbers, I discovered that not getting enough sleep affected my mood, stress and energy level and self-confidence more directly than what I was eating.  Take a look at the video and see for yourself.  Try your own experiment and let me know how it goes!