Habits Die Hard

Our habits spill over into other parts of our lives.

This can work against us. Having your legs crossed when you sit for long periods of time will work its way into a hip rotation when you move. Rounding your back to look at your computer monitor will make it harder to keep a straight back throughout the day.

But it can also work for us. Good eating decisions while training will lead to better decisions when you aren’t. Being active early in the day will keep your metabolism up for a number of hours afterwards.

So empower years of change by practicing the habits you want to keep, and double up on your improvement by using your motivation to guard against slipping back into habits that contradict what you are working toward.

Author: Chicago Fitness Training

Personal Trainer NASM-PT, CES Warrior Diet/Controlled Fatigue Training Level I BA, University of Illinois at Chicago - History

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