Columbus, OH, November 28, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The New Year is less than two months away, and Jason Yun wants to know: has this been the year you got control of your body? If you are one of the millions that answer ‘no’ to that question, Yun has some solutions for you.
Many people make new fitness goals when the New Year rolls around, but less than 20% of those resolutions end in success. Yun says that is because of many common mistakes.
The All-Or-Nothing-Mindset. Many believe their diet and workout regime must be perfect all the time and that leads to cheating in your workout regimen and your nutrition plan.
“Temptation will happen to everybody,” Yun says. “Giving into it is perfectly natural and normal.”
But you still must keep in control with only giving into a tempting “cheat meal” and not ruining your entire day or week. If you can stick to your nutrition and workout plan 90% of the time, Yun says, you will succeed.
Train Hard… Eat Large. Yun says it is a mistake to believe you can indulge in your diet if you are working out.
“You can’t out exercise bad nutrition,” says Yun.
You must strike a balance between working out, nutrition, and rest/recovery to get the results you want.
Buried Treasures. You will continue to gain weight if you eat more calories than you burn. Extras like creams, sauces, toppings, oils, condiments are all sneaky ways to load up on your calories. Yun says you should know what you are putting in your food and cook your meals yourself as often as possible.
Not Logging Your Calories. Yun says knowing how many calories you need per day to maintain your weight and knowing how many calories you ingest each day is important to your fitness plan. He recommends keeping a journal to keep track of everything that goes in your body.
“Keep a notebook with you, start a blog, Tweet it, put it on your Facebook, text yourself,” says Yun. “There are hundreds of ways for you to record what you eat. Then, at the end of the day, put it all together.”
Yun Fitness Bootcamps of Columbus is starting a Transformation Contest in January to help people stick with their New Year’s Resolutions. Yun says it is the right way to lose weight and get healthier and stick with it all year long. For more information on Yun Fitness Boot Camps, go to http://www.yunbootcamps.com/getsexy.html or call (614) 432-9703.