A 90 Day Fitness Challenge (Breakfast Day One)

12 thoughts on “A 90 Day Fitness Challenge (Breakfast Day One)”

  1. Reblogged this on tofit2quit and commented:
    I couldn’t agree more with this post! I am very active and workout a lot, but my eating habits were horrible-just all over the place! I could be really really good and then be really really bad. I still struggle with reducing the number of cups of coffee that I drink a day or splashing it with two spoons of sugar…YIKES! If it wasn’t for me working out as much as I do all these years I would be a lot heavier and unhappier at that weight, so for me it was NOT about maintenance, it’s about losing it and keeping it off! But it’s one day at a time and remembering that we eat to live and not to live to eat.


  2. I just stumbled on your blog. I hope you don’t find this advice unsolicited. Have you considered doing a primarily weight lifting routine instead of running? I was able to get into way better shape through an hour of weightlifting a day even compared to when I was training for an Ironman… Good luck on your new challenge!


  3. Reblogged this on healthy is a lifestyle choice and commented:
    A great, healthy and delicious breakfast recipe to go along with a steady workout schedule! Eggs are my go-to protein food after a morning workout. Tom also mentions that when following a workout plan, it isn’t losing weight that’s the most important, but rather your BMI, or Body Mass Index, which combines things like height, weight and age to tell you if you’re healthy. Working out and eating well will not help you lose weight per se, but it will help you burn fat and gain muscle.


  4. This is perfect timing–my husband and I were talking about eating better/being more active, and I always struggle with breakfast ideas (mostly because I’m sleepy then). Gorgeous photos!


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