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Biggest Achiever Program

Melissa Villamizar January 4, 2012 Lifestyle, Motivation 5 Comments
Biggest Achiever Program

I’m thrilled to finally announce that beginning this Monday, January 16, 2012, I will be leading a Biggest Achiever Program at my office (the full-time gig), HCK2 Partners. Our Biggest Achiever Program (BAP) will be similar to the Biggest Loser Program, except ours is a bit broader. Instead of focusing solely on weight loss, this program will focus on whatever goals you want to achieve.

Not everyone needs to lose weight necessarily, but there’s something each and every one of us, self included, can do to become happier and healthier. Sure, maybe you want a six-pack, who doesn’t? But maybe you’d also like to increase your energy levels, get better sleep at night or sharpen your focus. These are all goals that we will address with our Biggest Achiever Program! We spend so much time taking care of our clients, our friends, our families, but we often lose sight of caring for ourselves. This program will help us become better versions of ourselves, in turn helping our clients, friends and families even more!

The BAP has been issued agency-wide at HCK2 Partners, but I would like to also open it up to any one of Live Whole Be Free’s followers! No, there is no cost. With this program you will easily be able to follow along, as all of the content issued to the agency will also be posted right here, on this blog. Health and fitness tips, motivation, recipes, and pertinent information in the health, nutrition and fitness realm that is applicable to everyone. If you’re interested in making even just one small change this year, this program is for you.

Each week I will post a challenge, whether it be no soda for a week, no elevators/escalators for a week, get 8 hours of sleep each night, etc. This is a great way for you to make small changes in your lifestyle. The program is three months long and the ultimate goal is that everyone is successful. So take a moment to figure out what goals you have. Maybe you’ve already made a new year’s resolution. Are you going strong, or have you fallen off a bit? Now’s the time to get back on track, or if you’re doing well, here’s some added motivation to keep you on track. If you haven’t made a resolution, that’s okay, take this time to think about what changes you would like to make in your life and let’s start now. It’s never too late!

I will be releasing the first weekly challenge information tomorrow, so be sure to check back! Even if you decide to follow along on only specific weeks, that is better than nothing! (For instance, the week that we do “no soda”… if you don’t drink soda, that’s terrific, take this week to focus on yourself and your other goals). If you are interested in this program, I urge you to track your starting weight somehow, whether you write it down on a piece of paper at home, or use an online program, it’s important to track your progress. I have used myfitnesspal.com for years. It’s free, easy to follow, has a ton of great tools, and when you track your calories, many popular foods are already loaded in the system, so you don’t have to do much legwork trying to figure out the nutrition information for what you just ate. At some point in the program (without divulging too much information), we will be tracking what we eat, so I urge you to sign up for an account if you don’t already have one. If you’d like to follow me, my username is megalitz. I too have goals that I’d like to reach, so I will be participating in the program as well!

I’m excited about what’s to come for this program. Although this first phase of the Biggest Achiever Program will be more health/nutrition focused, my hope is that come spring, I will be able to integrate more of the fitness aspect as well. Remember, fitness is important. But what is also important, is setting reasonable goals for yourself. If you currently live a sedentary lifestyle, without any exercise, start by just moving. Anything counts! Take a walk around the building at lunch, take the stairs, park further from your destination, etc. The point is to get you up and moving! Baby steps should not be underestimated. All steps, regardless of their size are important and influential in helping you reach your goals!

I’m here for you while we embark on this journey together. If you have any questions or comments, please be sure to leave them below, or email me at info[at]livewholebefree.com.

Peace, love and healthy goals,

Melissa

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