The more chiller it gets, the more difficult it is to stay fit, below is the secret to getting fit and maintaining it.

A Healthy Diet
Many people assume that a healthy diet means buying expensive organic food but it is not so. Eating a healthy diet that is high in veggies, fruits, whole grains and sources of protein like fish will provide your body with the important minerals, vitamins and nutrients it needs.

A good diet is vital for performance and recovery, so do not underestimate it.

Are You Exercising Correctly?
It is never cool to tell someone that you injured yourself whilst working out, as they will think you’re an amateur. If you going to try a certain exercise for the first time, get a ‘lil professional help; it will not hurt you, as starting with the right form is pertinent.

Developing good habits from the word ‘go’ will help you in the long run.

Set Positive Goals
It might sound like a cliche but once you visualize the goals that you set for yourself it will keep you positive and determined to reach them. Do not set unrealistic goals if you just starting out, as your body needs to adapt to new exercises or diet plan.

‘Slow and steady wins the race’, however do not give up when you do not see results immediately.

Give Your Body Time to Rest
We have all been guilty of pushing our body over the limit and feeling like a train wreck the next day. It is not smart and does more harm than good as resting is essential; as it helps the body to recover and prepare for the next round in order for it to be stronger and more agile.

Make sure you get a good night’s rest.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Eating nuts, butternuts, walnuts, fresh basil and fatty fish like sardines or salmon are all good sources of these healthy fats. It is essential for your body’s general functioning; research has also found that these fatty acids could help with athletic performance.

Sources: Dr Oz. com

Alice Paulse