(Photo Courtesy of Tracey Mallett)
It’s a new year approaches, millions of Americans will be sure to get a resolution is to be healthier and to get fit in the new year.
If you are in need of a number of useful tips and advice about training and dieting in the year 2020, then you’re in luck!
Fitness expert Tracey Mallett, recently told Fox News’ Dana Perino and her go-to strategies for getting the fitness results you want, and how to avoid breaking your resolution, and just a few weeks into the new year.
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Fitness expert Tracy Mallett shares carrying, Fox News, and her go-to strategies for getting the fitness results that you want, and how to avoid breaking your resolution, and just a few weeks into the new year. (Photo Courtesy of Tracey Mallett)
Dana Perino: in the course of your career, what have you determined is the best blend of exercise and how much it will cost, that will vary from person to person.
Tracey Mallett: get The best mixture of exercise is the one that is tangent to the three most important components are: cardiovascular, flexibility, and strength training. However, I do think that you really have to find something that you enjoy and it inspires you to be consistent and to have a long service life. Different people, depending on their body type, and also the period of time, will have an impact on what they can do is to be realistic. The time is always the most important factor is the time efficiency of the mixing of the three components of your goal.
Perino: how much time do people need to have in order to worry about the performance of it? A half an hour really is enough.
Mallett: Yes, I do believe that it is as if you are being consistent in the pursuit of that most days of the week. Some days I’m just 30 minutes in my busy schedule. Just have to make those minutes work for your body. For thirty minutes, once or twice a week is better than nothing, but in order to make changes, it won’t push you off a plateau.
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Perino: What are your top tips on how to manage and the best diet and exercise during the holidays?
Mallett: If you do something one day, then cut back a little with the following, or add the activity to go those extra few calories. Don’t feel guilty for having fun, eating good food, just go for a walk after dinner, or fit in a short workout. Do not go to dinner starving. Alcoholic beverages as well as in the party, usually the lower your inhibition and encourage you to eat a lot. Before you sit down for dinner, these are fantastic appetizers, and the bread will look very well. Try to get on this and save your appetite for the main course.
“Don’t feel guilty for having fun, eating good food,” Mallett said. (Photo Courtesy of Tracey Mallett)
Perino: the Technology has changed dramatically over the past 10 years in the fitness industry. What are some of your favorite go-tos in order to keep track of or to find new ways to get the exercise done?
Mallett: There are plenty of apps on the market that will make sure that you are held accountable. You will need to have a great workout at your fingertips, anytime and anywhere. It is not always the case, but if you have a phone, you must have a device to assist you to move out of the body.
I am excited to be a new app, which is a PilatesBarreOndemand, where I was able to get all of my videos over my career, and it’s new on a weekly basis. It’s great to have technology to help us in the attainment of consistency.
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Perino: I’m obsessed (ok, worried) about the attitudes of the time. I’m guilty of using my phone to type it on my laptop a lot, and in my work, I am a big part of the day. What is the best counter, hunched, rounded shoulders, and how often do we need to address the problem?
Mallett: Pilates is really the best way to approach your position, and take the time to understand what muscles you need to strengthen in the middle of the back, posterior deltoids), and stretch (pectoral muscles) on a regular basis.
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Perino: How do you approach New Year’s resolutions? And if you have any suggestions for resolutions to actually be able to keep it in 2020?
Mallett: Start off slow, then gradually pick up the pace. If you’re going too fast going too fast, you will go away more quickly. It is very difficult to get the vacation mode to full-on training mode. Start with a couple of training sessions a week, and then gradually add more. Set up a weekly schedule of your workouts, as you would any other appointment. Without a plan, it will be much more difficult, however, to be consistent.
My decisions are always about the priorities of what is most important to you in your life. Self-care should always be at the top of the list, not the bottom. So, keep this in mind when setting the resolution.