Wellness is the desire for all of us. We can have different measures for it. It’s important that we have a plan for our desires.
Wellness coaching is a tricky thing. There are numerous methods and recommendations towards a healthy life. Then how to choose a good one poses a challenge
The best way to do that is to set our own goals and try out what suits and works best for us.
That means, we need to be researchers. Look at recommendations and statistics, but test and evolve what’s good for us.
If I share my experience, I have found intermittent fasting as something really working. I consider Gin Stephens book ‘Delay, Don’t Deny’ as a good guide for it. She narrates based on own experiences, tests and trials.
Goals differ from people to people. I have set what could be considered as a very tough goal of acquiring six packs. That’s to look good.
Looking good is perhaps equally important like being healthy. Weight loss for many of us is looking good.
Personally, I don’t want to sacrifice much while going for the looking good and younger goal. One such sacrifice sought to be avoided is eating my favourite sweets.
Technically, internet fasting is okay when anything is eaten but confined only to the eating window. That perhaps take care of the sweet tooth. But there’s more to be done.
Losing fat, weight and toning up muscles need some extra bit of efforts. What if avoiding sugar and processed food help the task better. Well, worth giving a try.
So it’s worthwhile to look at diet, workout, and fasting to gain the best results.
For me they will be intermittent fasting as a lifestyle, some sensible eating during the window, exercises for weight loss and muscle building and swimming.
What we have to do is to select what work for realising the goal and make it the lifestyle.