With the new year upon us lots of people like to set resolutions for the upcoming year. You might think a higher-paying job, a better relationship, a fancier car etc. will make you happier but I believe that happiness comes from within. If you feel good in your body you will also reflect it on the outside. The festivities are over and I don't know about you but those celebrations always add a few pounds on my scale! So this New Year my resolution is all about eating healthy and taking care of my body. Therefore I went to Urban Tri Sport my favourite sports store to get myself some outfits to get in shape. I also made a subscription at fitness Aspria Royal La Rasante.
The most important resolution is to work on my food routine! I made some research and came across Weight Watchers (here) which is known as the diet plan that really works. Their new program for this year is called Beyond the Scale TM. Basically, there are 3 pillars to the program which are food, fit and feel. First, I will be eating what Weight Watchers has trademarked as SmartPointsTM and with activity I will earn what Weight Watchers is calling FitPointsTM. The amount of SmartPoints you are given (both daily and weekly) is based upon a personalized lifestyle assessment.
Then next are the FitPoints. Moving promotes energy and makes you feel good in general. Weight Watchers completed the Get Fit website with tips and instructional videos to support and guide us during this process. The third topic of the program is apparently based on feeling good. Scientists demonstrated that happy people make healthy choices. It includes a new app that allows people from the community to support each other and also new courses with a personalized target. Isn't that great? I have to say that I'm so motivated to start and like always I will keep you posted about the results ;)
Pictures by the amazing and talentend photographer Michel Gronemberger. Always a pleasure to work with you! ;)
More about Weight Watchers here
All outfits by Urban Tri Sport here
Location: Aspria Royal La Rasante here
Pictures by Michel Gronemberger here