Last Updated on May 30, 2018 by Cathy Jo Johnson
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Why are the rates of obesity and disease climbing? One study estimates that 70% of Americans are on at least one prescription drug and 50% on two or more.
Most of us are aware of at least a few things we could do differently to live a healthier life. So why don’t we? Knowing and doing are two different things. Today, I am going to share the four cornerstone habits that helped me maintain a 100-pound weight loss for more than 14 years.
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This is the final show in a 7-week series designed to help you attain the fitness goals that you desire and haven’t yet reached. It is a companion guide for people who are doing the Whole Life Challenge on the Age Well with CJ Team.
Just in case you missed week 1, we dove into How to Change Your Health and Fitness Once and For All. If you are just getting started or trying to tweak your current routine, this show is full of tips on how to get where you want to go.
In Week 2, we focused on the One Simple Strategy that Helped Me Lose 100 pounds. Coincidently that’s one of the things that makes the Whole Life Challenge efficiently help people change habits.
Have you struggled to maintain your weight since you turned 40? Make sure to check out week three show, the five differences in How Fit People Over 40 Eat
Week 4 was all about the Easiest Healthy Habit to incorporate into our lives, yet most of us don’t do it.
Would you like to feel fewer aches and pains? It’s likely that nothing will help, you more than 10 minutes of stretching and mobility. Here’s how to fit it into your active day.
Have questions or need more help? Here’s your chance to get some FREE Coaching, join me LIVE on Facebook Next week, Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at 6:00 pm PST
What is the Whole Life Challenge?
The Whole Life Challenge is a way to incorporate seven sustainable daily habits into your life leading to a fit, healthier and happier you. We’ll focus on what you eat and drink, how you move, your sleep, and even your mental well-being, keeping you socially connected, self-aware, and more in control of your day-to-day.
The result of this effort can be profound, leaving you feeling rested, healthy, physically strong, and more open to new experiences. You’ll keep score, but the power of the Challenge is not in the points. Rather, it’s in the results that come from the 7 Habits working together to improve your days, your relationships, and your overall well-being — an effect that is best understood through experience.
Want to be part of the Age Well with CJ Summer Whole Life Challenge. Don’t wait! Early entries begin May 29.