Friday, January 30, 2015

Create Your Wellness Plan

Imagine you’re living your ideal life, where your health is a 10/10, your physique, weight, body mass, muscle mass, energy and fitness level is a 10/10, and your lifestyle is a 10/10 as well, what would it look like? I'd like to encourage you to create your wellness plan based on that vision, and set practical short and medium term goals to get you moving toward your long-term health, total wellness and weight goals. The key is to create foundational, positive, and sustainable change, not quick fix.





You can do that by writing down on a piece of paper, type on your notepad or word document what key milestones, whether it's body fat % or weight loss, behavior modifications, nutrition, or fitness, do you wish to change? These will be the goals that YOU set for YOURSELF. Then, based on YOUR goals, set YOUR OWN action steps towards healthy living plan.


Also it's important to know your body. Many people are only concerned about measuring their weight and/or count calories. You need to also find out your body fat percentage, visceral fat (fat that we can't see that surrounds vital organs), bone mass, water percentage, muscle mass, physique rating, even metabolic age to get the most accurate representations of your body.




I’m excited to officially launch my lifestyle coaching career specializing in helping people with their weight and wellness goals. And today is day 1 of the 14-Day Wellness & Weight Management Challenge where more than 30 participants through my facebook page start the journey of improving their health to reach their wellness and weight goals in January 2015, and beyond.

Create Your Wellness Plan For The Next 14 Days
Step #1: For the next few minutes, imagine you’re living your ideal life, where your health is a 10/10, your physique, weight, body mass, muscle mass, energy and fitness level is a 10/10, and your lifestyle is a 10/10 as well.
Step #2: Set practical goals for these 14 days, to get you moving toward your long-term health goals. This 14-Day Challenge is meant to get you started toward your wellness and weight goals. The keyword is ‘start’, and we’re aiming to create foundational, positive, and sustainable change, not quick fix.
Step #3: Write down on a piece of paper, or type on your notepad / word document what key milestones, whether it’s body fat % / weight loss, behavior modifications, nutrition, energy level or fitness, do you wish to change? These will be the goals that YOU set for YOURSELF. Then, based on YOUR goals, set YOUR OWN action steps towards healthy living plan from 12 Jan to 26 Jan. So what would they be? Comment below – there is power in sharing and peer support.
TIP
It’s important to know your body. Many people only concern about measuring their weight and/or count calories. You need to also find out your body fat percentage, visceral fat (fat that we can’t see that surrounds vital organs), bone mass, water percentage, muscle mass, physique rating, even metabolic age to get the most accurate representations of your body. You can get the measurements for these by using a “Tanita Scale”.
What is your health goals for the next 14 days? What are your action steps for success? What does your 14-Day wellness and healthy living plan look like? Share them with everyone here. :)

1 Comment


  • Kitty
    January 11, 2015
    I’m so excited to facilitate and also participate in this challenge, will keep you posted on my progress through this blog and the facebook event page.

Leave A Response

- See more at: http://transformandgrowrich.com/wellnesschallenge/#sthash.RLJOkrLx.dpuf
I’m excited to officially launch my lifestyle coaching career specializing in helping people with their weight and wellness goals. And today is day 1 of the 14-Day Wellness & Weight Management Challenge where more than 30 participants through my facebook page start the journey of improving their health to reach their wellness and weight goals in January 2015, and beyond.

Create Your Wellness Plan For The Next 14 Days
Step #1: For the next few minutes, imagine you’re living your ideal life, where your health is a 10/10, your physique, weight, body mass, muscle mass, energy and fitness level is a 10/10, and your lifestyle is a 10/10 as well.
Step #2: Set practical goals for these 14 days, to get you moving toward your long-term health goals. This 14-Day Challenge is meant to get you started toward your wellness and weight goals. The keyword is ‘start’, and we’re aiming to create foundational, positive, and sustainable change, not quick fix.
Step #3: Write down on a piece of paper, or type on your notepad / word document what key milestones, whether it’s body fat % / weight loss, behavior modifications, nutrition, energy level or fitness, do you wish to change? These will be the goals that YOU set for YOURSELF. Then, based on YOUR goals, set YOUR OWN action steps towards healthy living plan from 12 Jan to 26 Jan. So what would they be? Comment below – there is power in sharing and peer support.
TIP
It’s important to know your body. Many people only concern about measuring their weight and/or count calories. You need to also find out your body fat percentage, visceral fat (fat that we can’t see that surrounds vital organs), bone mass, water percentage, muscle mass, physique rating, even metabolic age to get the most accurate representations of your body. You can get the measurements for these by using a “Tanita Scale”.
What is your health goals for the next 14 days? What are your action steps for success? What does your 14-Day wellness and healthy living plan look like? Share them with everyone here. :)

1 Comment


  • Kitty
    January 11, 2015
    I’m so excited to facilitate and also participate in this challenge, will keep you posted on my progress through this blog and the facebook event page.

Leave A Response

- See more at: http://transformandgrowrich.com/wellnesschallenge/#sthash.RLJOkrLx.dpuf

1 comment:

Michele Saari said...

Thank you for your insight, Kitty! A wellness plan is step two after recognizing that there is some improvement in health needed. I created a wellness plan when I was 53 years old. I had suffered ill health, was overweight, a cigarette smoker and generally not taking good care of myself. My first step was to work toward emotional balance using mindfulness, next quit smoking, next manage my weight (I lost 82 pounds with weight watchers when I was 55 years old.) In two years I transformed myself. I set small manageable goals, made one small change at a time, and my overall wellness level increased tremendously. I exercise daily, eat a healthy well-balanced diet, meditate, and choose to live a mindful lifestyle. I am happier now than I have ever been in my life. Little steps led to big results! Thank you for always encouraging me to stay well! :-)