Ladies and gentlemen, I have decided to invest in myself and take my health goals to the next level in 2018. I’ve signed up for Precision Nutrition Coaching. Don’t worry — this post is not sponsored, it’s not an ad, and nobody is twisting my arm to tell you about it. I’m just going to be focusing a lot of time on it this year, so I figured I’d give you a heads-up in case I refer to it along the way.
I’m really excited. I decided on the PN program because it’s not gimmicky; it’s not a fad diet or some crazy weightlifting extravaganza that would be beyond my abilities. It’s habit-based — you learn habits of eating and moving that help you get healthier now and help keep you healthy into the future. (Okay, that sounds cheesy, but that is what I want: something that works for the long haul.) The PN coaches contact you regularly to keep you moving forward. My coach, Lisanne, started emailing me before the program started; she was designing my exercise program and wanted to be able to take the specific details of my MS symptoms into account. I can’t wait to see what she comes up with.
Yesterday was the first day of the program, so you can expect to see a fitter, more energetic Lori by the end of 2018. I’m telling you all about it now for the sake of accountability; if enough people know my goal to get healthier, the less likely I’ll be to throw in the towel!
Healthy food. Lots of movement. Tons of water. Plenty of sleep. (Whoa – that sounds a lot like David’s Rules for Me.) Put that together with appropriate medications at appropriate times, and I’ll be feeling better in no time.
Ready . . . set . . . GO!