Hello Health Champion!
Every year I see all the health excitement right after the New Year, and then I see that same excitement quickly fade by February 1st.
As January 2019 is now in the past, the question you must ask yourself is this:
“Am I still motivated about my health?”
You’re the only one that knows the answer to that question and my goal today is to help you shift beyond the motivation of getting healthy and start seeing the power of living healthy.
My last 3 weeks have been an incredible adventure, and a powerful reminder of how much people truly want to live their best health.
There is a desire in all of us to feel amazing, but it’s easy to let the daily stressors of life knock us off our game and push our food and fitness to the side.
The three most important things to know, and I was reminded of these during the last 3 weeks are:
- Your health is a priority
- Your health is an adventure
- Your health is an experience
You see, health motivation only fades when you’re not having fun with your health. This is why dieting is so painful, cutting food and doing endless boring exercise is not fun.
But Imagine making 2019 the year you make your food, fitness and overall health FUN. The year you make your health a priority, adventure and experience. That’s exactly what I did the last 3 weeks and as I share my journey with you, I want you to envision how you can take these same concepts and apply them to your own health journey.
Week 1 – Jan 10th – 13th – Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, California
Lesson Learned – LIVE Your Health as a Family
Our entire family took an adventure to Hollywood, California for the North America Jeunesse LEAD event. We did a huge Zen Project 8 experience and launched a global 30-Day Health Challenge.
The lesson I was reminded of this week was living my health as a family. We rocked our MRFK (mobile readiness food kit) as a family. We exercised as a family. And most importantly we created life long memories and experiences as a family.
This Picture is of me and Hunter on the Dolby Stage (where the Oscars are) loving the moment with a sold-out theatre and over 3000 of our friends.
Abbi and our dear friend Katy Holt-Larsen also had to bring some humor backstage, eating some world-famous Randy doughnuts as I talked about blood sugar balance on the stage.