Day 1 Grocery List. Take your time to plan out what your meals will be for the next couple weeks, make sure they are healthy alternatives to your usual meals. Take the extra 10 minutes to come up with snacks that you can bring to work and help make it through the day without putting a lot of bad food in your belly. A good meal is the start to a good workout.
Day 2 Move. Try something new! The body gets adjusted to routine and you see less improvement as you fall into a rut. Try out new exercises, challenge your whole body with some full body workouts, many of which do not even need equipment.
Day 3 Drink more water! most people need at least 8-10 ounces a day to just get by, even more so if you are working out! Try and set reminders or crry around large amounts of water and try to finish it before the day is over. Water helps fight bloating and also is very good for the body to work off of.
Day 4 Try another new workout today. Remember when I said try a new workout, well its time to try another one. Get in variations of muscle groups and workout the whole body.
Day 5 Drink (more) green tea. “Green tea is full of antioxidants and is said to help promote weight loss by increasing your metabolism. Green tea can also help with health conditions like diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease, blood pressure, skin issues, and so much more. Why wouldn’t you drink more? While the jury is still out on just how many cups you need to reap the benefits, shoot for 3 or more a day and you’ll be in good hands.”(SkinnyMs.)
Day 6 Time to try a new workout. Try focusing on a specific part of the body this time, like your abdomen, or maybe or thighs. Focus on that area and really go for one intense workotu for that muscle group for the day.
Day 7 Relax. It is always good to give yourself a breather from your day to day exercises and workouts. Take time to recover and let your soreness go away before you go back at it again next week.