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Kathy Gets Fit With Herve

Kathy Gets Fit: Week 10 – People Are Starting To Notice!

Apparently, 15 pounds is when neighbors and coworkers begin to notice someweight loss. A few people have asked me recently if I’ve lost weight and I am more than happy to reply “YES” :)

I’m down one pound again this week (4th week in a row), for a total of 15. This is a much slower pace than I’d thought it would be, but I am definitely liking the results. We were at a water park this week, and I have to admit, it’s slightly less stressful to walk around in a swimsuit now. I was able to focus more on having fun and enjoying the water slides with the kids. It was also an unexpected workout lugging heavy rafts up multiple flights of stairs!

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Besides the water park, I got 3 hours of heavy yard work in, three one-on-one sessions with Herve, and Shannan’s Power Yoga class again. I am becoming a yoga fan! It’s perfect timing because as part of my new diet, I’m supposed to focus on cardio during the high-carb days of  Phase 1 (Mon/Tues), strength training during the high-protein days of Phase 2 (Wed/Thurs) and a relaxing activity like yoga during the high healthy fat days of Phase 3 (Fri/Sat/Sun). One of the many benefits of working with a personal trainer is that when I mentioned this to Herve, he was able to start aligning my one-on-one sessions to match the plan.

It feels like this new diet plan dominated my entire week. Hours were spent on food shopping, planning meals, food prep and cooking. Hopefully, it will be easier going forward. With all that effort going into it, I have stuck with it, and have had absolutely no splurges since I started. I am determined.

Current stats: 15 down, 25 to go

Success Story

  I'm a mother of a toddler while working as a health care proffesional.   And would of never thought a workout plan with my busy schedule could yield such quick results. With the guidance, non stop motivation,  and coaching, Herve helped me already lose a total of 15 lbs in two months!  Pushing myself to reach my fitness goals in the past have been a true challenge. Nowadays, I look myself in the mirror and say "look how far i've become ", " who can stop me now!?! "   Thank you, Herve!

Romina Yanez- Wheaton, MD

 

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Garbage In Garbage Out: Eating healthy

 

Nutrition is a very significant component of good health. It's very important to not only exercise, but to also eat enough and eat the right things. It is a great idea to eat foods that compliment your fitness lifestyle and habits. It helps you to feel better overall and gives you the energy you need to complete your daily activities. You get in what you put in, and you are what you eat! Eat healthy, eat smart, and taste the rainbow!

Here are some great tips on nutrition. For more tips check out this article: 

http://prishtinapress.info/expert-tips-on-healthy-eating-and-workout-secrets/

 

Tips to stop overeating and eating for healthy:

  • Practice portion control
  • steady strides with healthier choices
  • Store your favorite foods out of sight
  • Relax and accept that this food is readily available to you, every single day of your life. And you won’t feel the overwhelming need to eat every morsel of it whenever it is placed within your reach.
  • Eat slowly
  • Use smaller plates and cups
  • Focus on why you’re eating. Are you eating because you’re hungry? Really hungry?
  • Keep track of what you’re eating and how much of it you’re eating. Keep a daily record of what you eat. (Available through myfooddiary.com)
  • Pay attention to what you eat. (calories, sugar, fats…)
  • Eat a variety of nutrient rich foods
  • Eat moderate portions
  • Enjoy plenty of fruits and vegetables
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Reduce, don't eliminate unhealthy foods. Instead moderate how much of theses foods you have and how often you eat them
  • Drink enough water
  • Stay hydrated
  • Taste the rainbow. Try to eat every color every day to ensure a variety of nutrients
  • Avoid drinking sodas
  • Eat breakfast
  • Eat regularly
  • Choose healthier cooking methods
  • Moderate alcohol intake
  • Exercise!!

 

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