How to Maintain Progress and Stay on Track

We all know that to maintain progress and stay on track with your goals for the summer months can often be difficult. We cannot avoid all these distractions, but with a little planning, we can eat healthily and squeeze in a quick workout.

Kids are home from school and require more attention, summer cookouts and pool parties take up most weekends. Vacations can pull you away from your normal workout routine as well.

While it is very important to take time for yourself and your family to enjoy life, we do not want to lose all the amazing strides and progress we have made just to let loose for a few months.

Try following these easy tips to stay on course while still enjoying your summer!

Set Smaller Goals

An important aspect of our fitness plan is to set goals that we can achieve and track our progress.

Sometimes if we do not amend those goals to account for a few more distractions during the summer, it can cause us to feel overwhelmed and discouraged.

Try setting smaller goals that are more easily achieved to maintain a positive outlook on your progress. This way you remain motivated and see the prize at the end of the road more often.

Portion Control

As you attend family cookouts and travel for vacation, it is easy to forget the healthy food choices that have helped us get this far.

We see all the wonderful foods in front of us and think we have to gorge ourselves while we have the opportunity.

Having a relaxed diet but being strict on the portion size will allow you to try everything you wish and savor all those flavors without overdoing it and taking two steps back.

Limit yourself to one plate to manage not loading up on a particular part of the meal and adding smaller portions of more variety.

When at restaurants, ask for a to-go container when your meal is delivered and go ahead and set aside the portion you wish to save.

By doing this, you can set a limit for yourself and not let your taste buds talk you into eating more than you should.

Stay Hydrated

Summer months are of course hotter and cause our body to become dehydrated more rapidly. Dehydration can quickly force us to lose energy and motivation, turning us into couch/beach chair potatoes.

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Summertime can also bring more distractions for alcoholic beverages which typically contain unwanted calories and dehydrate the body quicker as well.

If you do plan to consume alcohol, again try to set a limit beforehand to not allow yourself to overdo it. Water can also be a big benefit in our quest to control portions.

By drinking a large glass of water before meals, you will feel more full when sitting down for a meal and have less of a desire to overeat.

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