Fat Tuesday is today! Fat Tuesday is a time when many Christians across the world eat large,rich meals in preparation for Lent, Catholic Online notes.
So if you're in the Mardi Gras spirit and you're eating an awesome meal today, kudos to you! Once Lent starts you could give up quite a bit or simply let go of your unhealthy approach to fitness. Keep in mind that no approach to fitness is still an approach to fitness. After all failing to plan is planning to fail. With so many options out in the world today, how do you know which one is right for you?
Look at all the tech gadgets out there in the form of heart rate monitors, pedometers, nutrition websites, fitness gurus, and so much more! What if it were as simple as just moving? What if it were as simple as joining a community of getting a community motivated to start moving? Too easy you say? Maybe not.
The folks at Rival Health http://www.rivalhealth.com have made it rather simple to get your business, or school or just yourself moving in the right direction. According to Rival Health - they create Fitness and Nutrition solutions for companies, organizations and schools. Built on their core platform, Rival Fusion, and Social Engagement through Teams and Challenges they provide employees, teachers and students with a personal daily plan for exercise and food choices and a patent-pending measurement system that produces results. It's Fun, it Works, it Lasts!
Notice how they did not offer you anything fancy in the form of gadgets or supplements or anything too terribly complicated. The promote physical activity through exercise, food choices and a method to measure it all. They offer social engagement and interaction and team building. Sounds like a winning combination that is neither complicated nor confusing.
In a world where people are quick to point out the problems and the challenges in attaining the goal or even the start of the goal, Rival Health is focusing on solving the problem. These are workouts that you can do at home, at the gym, or at work, they offer the convenience of 21 DVDs, online or even via mobile. The nutritional approach is not a diet, its a guide to healthy eating. What's even more impressive is they do not track what you did! They track and measure how you are doing and progressing toward the goal!
In the 18 years that I have been in the fitness industry I have never seen such an amazingly simplified approach to health and fitness. I've conducted metabolic testing, and blood testing, body composition analysis and all kinds of training styles to help clients achieve goals. Rival Health in my opinion has hit the nail on the head. Keep it simple, and they have!