Be active for 30 minutes doing anything you love doing like walking to the dog, going for a walk on the beach etc. Anything more then doing nothing.
MEAL PLAN 1
3 x LOW CARB MEALS
1 x HIGH CARB MEALS
White Flour Foods
OTHER NUTRITION GUIDELINES
Drink 4 to 6 Glasses of Water
Drink a Dr. Juice Juice
TRACK YOUR PROGRESS
Once you have your goals and rewards in place, the next step is to begin and start tracking your progress. Progress tracking is essential because few things will motivate you to push onward than seeing all the success that you have accomplished. Start writing down what you are doing in your workout sessions as well as what you’re eating on a day to day basis.Then, over time, you can see the improvements being made. Too many people simply hop onto the scale as a means of tracking their progress and often get discouraged. The scale will only tell you your total body weight, not your body composition, which is the more important detail you need to know. If you are gaining muscle and losing fat, the scale might go up, but this is a very good thing.Instead of using the scale, go by how you look in the mirror. Take a few progress pictures, first thing in the morning every week or two. Then notice the changes taking place.
Whenever you’re feeling a motivated slump, look back at the pictures and you’ll quickly find inspiration in the progress you’ve seen.
You can also assess body composition changes by trying on a pair of your old ‘skinny jeans’ or simply looking at how your clothes feel as you wear them. Or, consider looking into one of the many body composition tests that are available to relay this information.