No-Diet Secrets to being Happy, Healthy and Fit

by nancy on 02/01/2011

Farewell to Annika Pgh Airport

Reunited with Mom in Germany

Back in Daddy's Arms

Annika's folks at Frankfort Airport

Annika reunited with brother Lars

Lars was just back from a ski trip

Proud host Dad at Annika's basketball game

O.k. guys it’s time to get inspired. I’m offering some quick tips to re-inspire you to a better body, from Brooklyn Decker (Sports Illustrated swim suit model and recent co-star to Adam Sandler and Jennifer Anniston in “Just Go With It”).

Before I share her inspiring get fit, feel good tips….an update…the house is quiet since Annika returned to Germany. See farewell photos here. I still had to make food and work concession stand for her basketball team. Spencer (16) is relishing his role as only child and Calvin, our college freshman is gracing us with weekend visits where he manages to spend every moment at other people’s homes. It’s eerily quite around here.

Movie Picks: Saw “The King’s Speech” and “The Social Network” over the weekend. Run don’t walk to see the King, it was funny, refreshing, thought provoking. It’s a film that draws you in and puts you in the shoes of royalty. Turns out being in the royal family, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. You will love the suttle humor and bantering between the co-stars. On the other hand, The Social Network is long and boring with very little plot twists. Kept waiting for it to get better.

No-Diet Secrets to being Happy, Healthy and Fit

1. Be Selfish and Make time to Exercise 3-4 times a week

It’s therapy, you will gain clarity and feel great. Do anything physical, according to my husband sex counts.

2. Start Strength Training

Having more muscles burns calories and makes you leaner.

3. Get good Gear

Girls, invest in some leggings that really fit. Guys get pants or shoes thatare comfortable.

4. Everything in Moderation (NO Binging, juice fasts or dieting)

5. Focus on the Good Stuff (talk about what you should eat, rather than what you shouldn’t)

6. Eat Almonds, Macadamia nuts or Cashews for energy (not processed foods that will
last forever…yikes!)

7. Treat yourself (If you eat healthy and don’t drink much, it’s o.k. to have a vice like coffee daily or candy, on occasion.

8. Don’t lose touch with your Family (Make time to talk to siblings, whenever and wherever you can. Family is what really matters).

Not sure where to start? Call me for a free consultation or peruse my website now.

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