A common new year’s resolution people have is to start eating healthier or to get back in shape, especially after indulging in all those delicious treats during the holidays. And as tempting as it may be to go on a crash diet to quickly shed those extra pounds, this is not a safe or sustainable way to reach those goals. Instead, focus on nutrition and finding a workout that you enjoy.
Where to Start Your Fitness Journey
We know that looking for a fitness app, workout program, or meal guide that’s best suited for you can be overwhelming when you’re just starting. To save yourself the time and hassle of going through every option out there, we recommend checking out this local health and fitness app by Erwan Heussaff and Nico Bolzico. Thanks to REBEL, it’s easier to find workout videos, nutrition facts, and meditation guides all in one place.
REBEL provides a well-rounded approach to fitness as it is not only centered on getting your heart rate up but also teaches you the basics of nutrition and helps you maintain a healthy mind. Their wide array of home workouts and mindfulness exercises are instructed by local athletes and wellness experts; Not to mention, the recipes they post feature locally sourced ingredients, making the content accessible for Filipinos. And if that has not convinced you to download the app yet, it’s completely free and is available on both iOS and Android devices. Now you can’t get away with excuses about how hard it is to make budget-friendly healthy meals or how costly gym memberships are.
Slow and Steady
Don’t expect drastic changes overnight. If you want to see results, you need to be consistent. That means following through with a program of your choice and sticking with it for an extended period. Ask a friend to join you or share your experience by tagging @rebelwithus on Instagram to keep yourself accountable. Remember that setbacks are part of the process and it’s hardly worth beating yourself up over it. The objective, after all, is to build better habits and improve oneself.