Holiday Fitness, How to Survive The Perfect Storm
Maintaining Your Holiday Fitness In this episode of the Outside Health and Fitness podcast I welcome Kathy Kaehler back to the show to share strategies for maintaining your fitness during the hectic holiday season. On Today’s show you’ll discover... ... a fantastic way to get the most bang for your holiday fitness buck this year; ...how to make sure that your fitness plan is well balanced; ... how in just a couple of days a week you can stay fit, strong and burn calories right through the holidays. call the show: 207-370-9797 email: email@example.com Holiday Fitness About Kathy Kaehler Fitness Hall of Famer and nationally-recognized healthy living spokesperson Kathy Kaehler is America’s go-to resource for the best in knowledge, products and programs, captivating audiences across the country with her exceptional combination of unparalleled knowledge and real-world experience. For more than two decades Kathy has been a trusted expert in the national media spotlight, helping everyone from the soccer mom to the celebrity superstar get in shape and adopt a healthy lifestyle. She's worked with A-list Hollywood celebrities including Julia Roberts, Michele Pfeiffer, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Aniston. Today she shares advice A Perfect Storm That Makes Fitness a Challenge During this time of year it can be difficult to stick with your fitness routine. You're busy, you're stressed and there are snacks everywhere working against you and tempting you to get off track. What Can You Do? Look for routines that can give you the most bang for your buck. Strength Training offers great benefits in an efficient amount of time can keep weight off for good increases muscle mass improves bone health There are myths around strength training that can keep people from including it in their routine. However, strength training won't make you bulky and it will help burn calories and help you achieve the fitness goals you desire. It's Important to Keep it Balanced Strength training can help keep your muscles balanced by working opposite muscle during exercise. For example working your tricep in addition to the bicep helps your body remain well balanced and reduces your chance for injury. Warming Up It's important to warm up by walking on the treadmill or doing something like jumping jacks to ensure your muscles warm up. Warming up is important to: Increase temperature Help muscle stay loose Reduce your chance of injury Rest Rest is also important so doing strength training 2 or 3 days a week is a good idea. Where Can You Follow Kathy On-Line On her website Her Radio Show: "Fit & Sexy for Life" Kathy's Podcast: "Fit & Sexy for Life" Help Us Spread the Word! We would greatly appreciate it if you could please share #outsidehealthandfitness with your twitter followers. Click here to post a tweet! If you liked this episode please head over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review and subscribe! Ways to subscribe to Outside Health and Fitness Click here to subscribe in iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Feedback Ask questions, make comments, send in your favorite fitness tips or anything else you would like to share. Let your voice be heard! Call 207-370-9797 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Use our SpeakPipe Page! to send a FREE voicemail right from your computer, tablet or phone!