Everyone desires to look their best in their vacation OOTD. But with junk food holiday goodies and adorable homemade cookies at every cubicle, apartment, and party? Well, let’s just say it could be hard to avoid that apparently inevitable holiday food baby way. Luckily, we’ve enlisted the help of one very special celebrity trainer (think the woman behind the bodies from the Hunger Games and Pitch Perfect) to help us achieve our holiday fitness goals. Lifesum fitness expert and celebrity trainer Joselynne Boschen, whose client roster includes Elizabeth Banks, provided five tips to maintain your exercise routine on track throughout December.
1. Don’t fall into the over-exercising trap. Many of us want to drop 15 pounds the week before Christmas, but crash binging and dieting or exercise should NEVER be advised. 2. Find workout activities that you truly enjoy. Of dreading a brutal 20-minute ab blasting such Instead, Joselynne recommends getting a workout in by doing activities that you truly like. “Meet friends and family for yoga exercises or dance around to Christmas music as cardio,” says Joselynne.
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Finding something you actually prefer to do will help you stay motivated and dedicated… even though the vacation stress starts to activate. 3. Make use of Christmas movie binge-a-thons. Listen, we all love vegging out in front of the tube for a cheesy Christmas flick. But rather than reaching for the chips, try turning your TV time into a heart-pumping exercise routine.
“Hold a plank for the duration of the first commercial break, do bicycle crunches during the second and squats throughout the entire third break,” Joselynne advises. We always understood Home Alone was going to be the trick to our vacation fitness success! 4. Swap out your festive flats for trendy trainers.
Whether you’re going to work or hanging with friends, “wearing a set of great trainers is a trendy fashion statement that also encourages you to walk more,” says Joselynne. Pair them with a stylish wearable and get ready to slay the holiday season. 5. Always take the stairs… and do an extra lap too. “That is a suggestion I promote, but it is extra important through the holidays, whenever we tend to give ourselves less time at the fitness center,” says Joselynne. Instead of just choosing the stairs instead of the elevator, do a supplementary lap to really to get the heart rate. “Along the way up, focus on pushing up through your head with your entire foot on each step and, if you are brave, skip steps,” she counsels.
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