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Gray skies and colder weather make most of us want to hunker down, eat more and move less.
Along with our food cravings changing (consuming more fast food) during the winter, for most of us, our daily activity and fitness regime does as well (it decreases).
But that’s a recipe for body and fitness change that most of us are not going to want.
What's not going to be helpful when January 1st or the first golf tournament arrives, is having to dig ourselves out of a hole because we let ourselves go during the winter season.
There’s nothing wrong with you if you feel a lack of motivation to train or go to the gym during the winter months. That’s actually very common.
So how can we be way better off once spring starts rolling around?
The key is to focus on:
Making small changes
Double down on easy routines that are carried over into the seasons
Leave this behind for year round success:
Waiting for the perfect moment to roll around
Fitness sessions that continually leave you feeling drained, sore or even burnt out
Thinking that a 30 minute session isn’t good enough or worthy of your time because it won’t matter anyway
I really hope this leaves you feeling ready to tackle the amazing time ahead. It's full of opportunities! The golfers that I coach are in it, to win it! And the last thing I want is for any of us to get to the point where we are just totally unhappy with our body, mind and game.
So remember: You're always just one click, one breath, one training away: