Bike to work, to the grocery store, or to your friends house
Rollerblading or Walking
Learn how to sit less
1. Get Up for Lunch and Coffee Breaks
3. Take walking meetings instead of sitting.
4. Make stretch breaks part of long meetings or presentations.
5. Not paperless yet? Stand up whenever you need to print, scan or copy.
Inactivity alerts are being built into activity monitors, smart watches, and apps.
7. Use a Treadmill Desk or a Desk Cycle.
8. Sit Less With a Standing Desk.
9. Active Commuting:
Get off the bus or rail a stop early and get a little longer walk to your destination.
Your unwillingness to fail to stick to your goals
You will not be perfect every day. If you’re a perfectionist, this is a frustrating concept to accept, but we can’t control every aspect of life. On the good days, you’ll eat all your fruits and veggies, say no to that pizza, and do your workout even though you’re tired. On the bad days, you’ll wake up late, forget to bring your lunch, have an extra piece of cake at your friend’s birthday party, or skip your workout. The bad days will happen if you’re a human being. The trick is to never give up, even when you mess up. Work on overcoming your fear of failure and remember that you’re not a loser just because you make some mistakes. You’re simply a person trying their best to make good decisions.
How can my work change your goals?
Fabien Uteau with La Jolla Personal training, trains his clients with passion and interest. That means he wants the best for them to progress and be a better version of themselves every time he sees them. He makes a pact with his clients to ensure that they are successful in achieving their goals. His friends often ask him why hiring someone like you will ensure them more results than taking a membership at the club around the corner. The answer is often the same. For more than 20 years now he has been able to step back and say that he doesn’t bring any miracle methods after having trained hundreds of people with a few successes among them to be honest. What a Personal Trainer brings to you first and foremost that is the key to many successes is CHANGE. Change gives you 100% results!
We hope that the rise in gas prices allows us to be more active and get outdoors more often than we would have before. We are in this together! Start by walking or biking somewhere a couple of days per week. Each week you can add another day on, and before you know it you will have forgotten about the car!
It’s time to invest in your health and life! Fabien Uteau is the owner and Personal Trainer for La Jolla Personal training and is looking forward to helping you reach your goals this year.