Nutritional Goals: Reduce Nighttime Snacking
The goal of this week will be to reduce nighttime snacking. I say “reduce” because going cold turkey right off the bat might just leave you feeling miserable, and we don’t want that! By reducing the amount of food you eat right before bed, you’re giving the body time to digest the food from the day properly, which will in turn reduce your bloating, unhappy stomach and have you waking up feeling lighter.
So what are some great options before bed? You want to focus on snacks that are high in protein, as they balance the blood sugar and help the body feel full. A nighttime shake like chocolate protein powder, spinach, and almond milk is also a great way to end your day. Another good option would be plain Greek yogurt, a tiny bit of stevia, and some raw nuts. As you start to work out more, your hunger will start to increase due to the rise in your metabolism. Make sure you’re giving your body proper nutrition to fuel, restore, and in the end, help you reach your goals.
Workout Goals: 4 Full-Body Workouts
Each workout should take between 30 to 45 min. Each video will likely have to be repeated 2 or 3 times! For specifics, please read the description for each workout.
- Monday: Treadmill Workout Video
- Tuesday: Jillian Harris Written Workout combined with 20 minutes of HIIT cardio
- Thursday: Hill Sprints Written Workout combined with Back and Abs Workout Video
- Friday: Abs Isolation Workout Video and Lower Body Slider Workout