Good evening clients and fitness friends,
We are almost half way through the year and I would like to do a short exercise with everyone. Ask yourself these three questions:
What have you accomplished in the last 6 months?
What are your current challenges and obstacles?
What are you going to complete in the next 90 days?
It is always a great idea to reflect on the last 3-6 months; what went right and what went wrong. Not only from a fitness perspective but also from a life perspective. This is an important exercise for us all, myself included. If you would like to share your list with me, I would be more than happy to listen. As we approach the back half of the year, I look forward to what we are going to do together and separately. It will be a fun ride.
Onto the topic at hand, the grocery store. For many people the grocery store can be a confusing place, full of many aisles, misleading food labels and foods that may or may not appear good for us. I admit it, in my early days I was confused by the grocery store. Too much stimuli can be confusing.
To keep things simple I have included a link http://www.precisionnutrition.com/members/resources/Shopping_list.pdf to a grocery store list/guideline for you to take with you. Remember it is important to work off of a list, if it is not on the list, you do not buy it. It is that simple.
The list gives you the following navigate the supermarket like a pro;
• shop as efficiently as possible;
• reduce temptations and distractions; and
• ensure you get all kinds of healthy foods!
A few notes:
The shopping lists are to give you ideas. You don’t have to buy everything on the list! I
suggest you start with a few of your favorites from each group. For example:
• 3 veggies: spinach, carrots, broccoli
• 3 fruits: blueberries, oranges, grapes
• 3 proteins: extra-lean ground beef, salmon, lentils
• 3 fats: coconut, avocado, almonds
• 2 grains: oatmeal, wild rice Not to spoil your excitement, I will let you click on the link and see for yourself!
Yours in Fitness,


Posted on 2014-06-29 by