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Falling Face First Into Fitness

November 25, 2015

Fall as a season is aptly named since leaves will fall from the trees, 

temperatures will fall to lower levels, and people will inevitably 

fall out of their fitness and health routines.  But does it really have 

to be that way?  Have we bought into the seasonal marketing 

cycle so much that we literally fall off our collective bikes into a 

never ending buffet of holiday excess?  What if we fell even 

further into a healthy lifestyle so the feasts become a great 

memory rather than a dreaded regret when the ball drops at the 

end of the year?  What if that extra food just fueled harder 

workouts so you can kick it up a gear instead of padding your 

rear?  White out that usual winter of discontent and imagine a 

winter wonderland of unlimited possibilities.


I know that everything and everyone will be overloading your 

schedule and all the sweet treats will be overloading your plate.  

We all get the same stresses and pressure to partake (yes, even in 

the gym) or potentially feel left out or worst, suffer the wrath of 

guilt from those making all the event and culinary offers.  

Sometimes the most instantly satisfying thing to do is grab that 

soft, warm, melted icing covered 5lb cinnamon roll being shoved 

in your face and devouring it like a hungry lion.  Waking up 30 

minutes later from your sugar induced food coma with a bulging 

belly, icing glazed face, and bloodshot eyes however makes it 

somewhat less satisfying.  All the expectations to attend every 

event and try everyone’s special homemade family recipes can 

lead to great amounts of anxiety that we often times take a bite 

(or three or four) out of rather than running over in a brand new 

pair of properly fitted running shoes and data tracking wrist band.


Establishing priorities and living through dedicated scheduling 

make it much easier to navigate the treacherous waters of the fall 

holiday season.  Eat healthy meals before going to the parties so 

the temptation to over indulge is diminished.  Schedule your 

toughest workouts the day after an event that you plan to indulge 

during because the food and festivities are just that good.  Don’t 

beat yourself up for that extra piece of pie, take it out on the 

exercise equipment and fall face first into your fitness routine.


-Clint Fuqua, Fitness Trainer/ Health Coach/ Speaker/ Author

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