July —> September
Not a whole lot of change, but progress is progress. I am digging my waist to butt ratio lately. 😎
I can’t preach enough that your diet is just as if not more important that fitness. I’m not saying that working out/being active isn’t important, but from firsthand experience I’ve noticed that logging my macros and sticking with them, as well as eating nutritious, wholesome food on a consistent basis has contributed to my greatest success in my physique. I can’t forget to mention that part of my success stems from all the High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) in conjunction with targeted/combination strength training that I’ve worked into my routine. Yes, I’m still doing yoga. I just love a variety of fitness elements In my life. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀
While fitness has come pretty naturally to me (naturally in a sense that I love to do it) my eating habits has always been something that I have to constantly work on. It’s so much easier to fall off of the food wagon as opposed to the fitness wagon. That’s why I HAVE to use MyFitnessPal to log everything I eat. I’m a very number oriented person, henceforth a lot of my goals are centered around numbers, which is why food tracking works well for me. ⠀ ⠀
Some people hate tracking or don’t have time and that’s perfectly fine. However, I think that everyone should log their food diary for one week just to see the breakdown of macronutrients that are going in your body.