The First 30 Days, what can people expect to face in the first month?

The First 30 Days, what can people expect to face in the first month?

A little snippet and insight from Gregory Joujon-Roche, 2007 – such an inspirational guide!   Q: What can people expect to face in the first month?   GREGORY JOUJON-ROCHE, 2007: Week One : You’re full of optimism, new information, new feelings in your body, and you’re using new muscles, following a new eating regimen. You’re starting to see some results. Life hasn’t taken over your schedule yet – you’ve postposed parties, business dinners, and other commitments. Week Two : You’re doing…okay. Clothes fit a bit better already, but the nutrition aspect is hard to maintain because social obligations creep in. Week Three : Expect a plateau – you won’t likely be dropping pounds now.  You might start feeling negative, but this is the time to keep your head down and show up. Focus on how you feel, not numbers, at this stage. Week four : This is when you reevaluate your regimen. Ask yourself, What can I do better? What can I do differently? Now increase the challenge!   Staying started is the TRICK. Try our Fat Burning...

Guilt Triggers ‘I will give up Guilt” the first 30 days!

    Guilt Triggers and how you can find your way into what this moment is offering up to you right NOW – from the lovely Gregory Joujon-Roche himself 2007. O’s Guide to Life, The Best of O, The Oprah Magazine (Wisdom, Wit, advice, Interviews and Inspiration) The First 30 days, “I will give up guilt” by Gregory Joujon-Roche, 2007.   Q: What do people do wrong when they start a new fitness regimen? Answer: JOUJON-ROCHE: They overeat, undercut, eat late, skip meals, don’t drink enough water. Those are big ones, people also carry a lot of guilt. Nothing is worse than eating a bad carb and then feeling guilty about it. If you are going to have the cake, have it with both hands – go in there, roll around in it love that cake. I can’t tell you how many people will drag that cake issue so it ruins their next day. If you fall off the wagon, let is pass. Don’t let is sabotage your success! Learn about Fat Burning Lemonade® here.  ...

It’s All About Commitment!

                  Yes, this is my belly.  And no, I did not get it by doing 8 minutes abs! I keep getting these e-mails about seeing in the media how the perfect body requires little effort and no time.  With my schedule, I still find 30 minutes, four days a week dedicated just specifically to stomach work.  And that’s just the abs!  Finding time for the rest of the body and cardio is a schedule battle everyday for me. Like yesterday.  I just could not train the entire day, from start to finish.  So I am lying in bed still thinking about not finding that time.  I let it go and fall asleep.  But even though I did not train I was still thinking about it; I was still connected to my body. Hey, life happens, I get it – but stay connected on any level possible.  You’ll find when you’re not connected and you miss one workout, one turns into two, then three, and you just start slipping.  I know I preach this a lot but I do because it is important.  If you want a good body, then fitness has to be a lifestyle; something that is a part of you day-in and day-out.  You’ll find when we get older this connection is vital!  As we know, gravity kicks in after 35 and snapping back in shape gets harder and harder.  But on the opposite side, we are also wiser and know our bodies and how we can be more efficient with our training and nutrition. Point is, we need...