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How to Stay Fit During the Holidays (Part Two)

Posted on Dec 28, 2012 by in Other | 0 comments

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In the previous part, we shared two tips on how to stay fit during the holidays. Now we continue with the rest piece of advice.

3.Do an After Christmas Cleaning

If you are hosting the festive dinner, your home must be spotless. In case you have guests staying over, then the place should be perfect. You certainly don’t want your relatives to spread the word, about what a messy person you are and complain about the conditions in your home behind your back. A deep cleaning is in order and it is time to look at this chore on its positive side. Employees at Brixton SW2 cleaning know how exhausting this type of work can be, and it is no mistake to consider it equal to a work out in the gym. And that is good news for all the people, trying to stay fit during the holidays.

4. Say no to overeating

We already know Christmas is all about turkey and pudding, but be careful not to overeat with those rich foods. Start with a big portion of salad, slowly making your way to the main course and drink a lot of water and/ or juice. Drinking enough liquids will leave less room for food and you will be full, without eating so much. Consider having the dessert later on, it tastes much better when eaten separately anyway.

5.Have fun

That means you should dance, laugh, play board games and have as much fun as you possibly can. You may see no relation between this and staying fit, but we know for sure, such exists. In fact, the holidays are the perfect time, because you are with all your loved ones, enjoying your time together. It is the best way to stay in perfect shape, without even realising you are doing something on purpose to achieve this goal.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year !

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