My body was craving some more leisurely movement today, and so a long Saturday morning stroll it was! It felt good to be outside in the fresh air today and honor what my body needed.
Not every workout needs to be high intensity and all out. “No pain no gain” isn’t a healthy standard in my book; lower intensity movement like walking is so good for stress relief, fat loss, and recovery. Who wants fitness that’s painful? 🤔 Yes, you should push your intensity and get uncomfortable with your workouts, but not 100% of the time. #antiperfectfitness#leisurewalk#nopainnogainisbullshit
A 4-mile leisure walk 👣 that equaled: ☀️Vitamin D absorption
💦Sweat-production (84 in November 🙄)
Tell me again why you aren’t going for regular walks? I know you don’t always have time—I don’t either—but when we do, it’s worth it to go. It WILL yield benefit. Guaranteed. ✅
Lunch 😍 and even though I really need to get to the grocery store, this salad was super delicious 🤗
Tons of romaine underneath chicken breast, @farmhouseculture kraut, shredded cabbage and carrot mix, sunflower seeds, raisins, and chopped apple 👌🏼 with @primalkitchenfoods honey mustard dressing 🙌🏼
Having a get shit done Saturday over here that has involved literally zero movement, and lots of work for my @precisionnutrition coaching certification. My brain might explode if I don’t get a walk in when babe wakes up from his nap 🙏🏼
I'm already missing the warmer days and getting out on long leisure walks with my boy. 🌳☀️🚶🏽🌲
Walking in nature with young ones is THE best: exploring time for them and decompress time for mom.
With the colder, dark days of fall setting in for reals here in Chicago 😩 I am starting to fall off on my daily steps. I plan to utilize the gym for leisure walking on the treadmill when it's really bad outside but looking for some inspiration from all of you. 👉🏼 Any tips or tricks to keep getting in those walks even when the weather's rough? Besides to just suck it up... 😛
If you're looking for fat loss, it's all about nutrition. You can workout and sweat as much as you like, but if you're eating like Macaulay Culkin at the Plaza Hotel in Home Alone 2...ya won't get the results you want. Focus on nutrition, lift weights 3-4 times a week, do a HIIT workout here and there, and take 30-60 min leisure walks whenever you can!
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