WEIGH-LESS ADVENTURE WEEK ONE
schedule up to 3 coaching appointments throughout your adventure
FOOD SKILL OF THE WEEK
USE YOUR APP TO TRACK WHAT YOU EAT
It has been long founded in the research that when we track what we eat, even in the simplest way possible, our food choices improve! Two key studies also show that keeping a food record is essential for weight loss success. For this week, simply focus on the information you see in your food story board each day to better understand your patterns and habits. In coming weeks, we will guide you on specific food skills and habits to focus on. Here is to learning more about yourself this week!
EXERCISE SKILL OF THE WEEK
USE YOUR HEART RATE MONITOR TO RECORD YOUR ACTIVITY!
Heart Rate tells you your exercise story! If your goal is better health, weight loss, performance or all of the above, spending time in all your heart rate zones will get you the best results. Your zone buckets are: Above zone (orange) In Zone (blue) Below zone (grey). As you exercise while wearing your monitor, your app will show you how much time you have spent in each zone. Because this adventure is about weighing less, we have given you a personalized goal of how much time we want you to spend in your blue and orange and grey zones each week.
The fun part is, you get to choose the type of exercise you enjoy most while you are trying to fill your zone buckets! You can dance in your living room, ride a bike, hike, play racquetball, weight train, cross fit, or practice yoga. They all have benefit and all will fill in the different buckets. Your goal this week is to simply wear your monitor and see your progress for the week. In coming weeks, we will give you more specific exercise skills that we want you to focus on.
THIS WEEK'S SMART WORKOUTS
This week we introduce to you some basic walking and running interval options. Our bodies were designed to walk and run. As children, we ran joyfully all the time without thinking about it. This week’s workouts, Wholy Walkamole, Need For Speed, and Happy Feet will help you incorporate more of that playful walking and running you did as a child into your exercise routine.