Last week we chatted about overexercising and how to know if you are over training.
We know the fitness, diet and health industries can be a confusing place.
Who do you believe? What is really true?
New information is coming out all the time.
This doesn’t even include everything you see on Instagram, Facebook, podcasts and just about every social media outlet.
It’s mentally exhausting and emotionally draining.
Why do so many of us tend to over complicate things?
As we started our journey of rediscovering our inner selves, changing the way we thought about food and exercise we noticed we spent less and less time reading, listening and watching what other people said about diet, health and fitness. Don’t get us wrong we still have a few people we follow as we are very interested in those topics.
But… it was becoming too much. Things had to change. We were getting to the point of being so obsessive it was hurting our health, relationships, etc.
We are so happy we started doing this one thing to really make a powerful shift in our lives.
Keep things simple and watch your life change
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It’s not easy at the start to do less, to make things simple.
It comes down to trust.
Will I make a mistake? How do I know if I am doing it right? Am I missing out on something?
So many thoughts like this running around in your head.
Can there be a balance with reading the latest health blog post from your favorite doctors or nutritionists without over thinking it and still do what is best for you?
Can you watch health and fitness videos of people sharing their thoughts and how-tos without becoming obsessive and still stick to your course?
Is it possible? We think so.
The one thing we want you to do is –> Keep it simple.
- when to eat
- how much to eat
- what’s the best pre and post workout meal
- what is the best time to workout
- what’s the best diet
- what’s the best workout to do
- what diet to try next
- whether or not to try a detox tea
- the numbers…from food to the number on the scale to exercise to social media likes, etc
- Maybe meditation is your thing.
- Or write in your journal.
- Dancing helps clear your head.
- Or maybe you need to voice your thoughts to a friend.
Lori and Michelle
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