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Weekly Coach Check-In: February 5th, 2012

Hey TeamInternallyFit,

Super Sunday is HERE!!!  Did your team make it to the big game?  Unfortunately mine (Dallas Cowboys) will be home watching after another uninspired year.  But that’s O.K., so, are you ready for a Super Bowl Party?  Are you ready to pig out on pizza, chips, dips and soda?  NO WAY you’ve worked too hard to let your health and fitness slip.  So how do you handle being around all that temptation?

I read an article by Tony Horton and he talked about following the 90/10 rule.  What that means is that he eats clean 90% of the time and whatever he wants 10% of the time.  My suggestion is that if you have eaten a clean diet all week, then let the Super Bowl party be your 10%.  But, be careful not to overdo it.  You know your body and how well you handle temptation.  For example, I’ve already made up my mind that I’m only going to eat 2 slices of pizza and 1 dessert, that’s it!!!  I will also only drink water, plus I plan on eating a small snack before the game so I’m not starving when I get there.

If you haven’t eaten clean all week or are still struggling with your weight, I would reconsider the 90/10 plan until you have reached your fitness goals. 

Hope this helps and enjoy the game!

New on this week:

1.) Do It Anyway:  I’ve heard every excuse in the book for not exercising or eating a healthier lifestyle.  Well, excuses just don’t cut it.  If you want to change your life for good, read this and find out how.

2.) Simple Ways to Cut 100 Calories: Who says cutting calories is impossible?  Not only can you cut calories and lose weight, it’s not as hard as it looks.

3.) Build Muscle with “Body Beast”: “Body Beast” is targeted at building muscle mass. This is the first program by Beachbody that has that singular purpose. It is being developed by Sagi Kalev.

4.) L.A. Times interview with Tony Horton: The man, the myth.  Find out how Tony got started, his bio, why P90X works and his weaknesses.

Weekly Health Tip: 

Bell peppers are refreshing, mild-flavored vegetables that come in many different colors, including red, yellow, and green.  Like other non-starchy vegetables, bell peppers are low in calories and have a high water content and a good amount of fiver, making them a great choice for people who are trying to lose weight or prevent or manage heart disease or type 2 diabetes.  Bell peppers are one of the best sources of vitamin C, an antioxidant that helps protect against and manage arthritis, osteoporosis, cataracts, and macular degeneration, and keeps skin, hair, and teeth healthy.


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Food, Faith and Fitness

Todd Greene

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