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training secrets during Spring Break

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

Through the course of this month, invariably many will turn their attention to the annual ritual of a holiday in a warm sunny climate. For exercise enthusiasts this is in many ways an “unveiling” of the hard work that has been covered with layers of winter clothing and ultimately those who applied their efforts diligently will feel enormous pride in their accomplishments. Through the course of the winter, whether this is your first year of training or one of many, discipline with your exercise regime, diet and nutrition has paid rich dividends but with your holidays it is important to not fall completely “off the wagon”.

Though many will find my hard-line stance of maintaining a resemblance of structure with exercise and diet during holidays, successful habits should never knowingly be stopped unless there is absolute certainty the individual can re-start the plan at will. For the very broad majority that answer to that is decidedly “no” as positive habits of behaviour must be maintained.

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