Marg Kronfeld is a physically active company director and businesswoman who coaches netball and loves skiing. Eating healthy and exercising are very important for her, as are regular checkups and mental disciplines such as relaxation or yoga, which is part physical, part spiritual.
Start with a Clean Slate
Those who want to change their life and follow a healthier path first must assess the damage that has been done. Very few people like to go to the doctor, but before one would start a new physical and dietary routine, it is a very good idea to check everything else first. After a dentist and a doctor appointment, the next step is to measure ourselves. At the very least, one’s girth and weight should be recorder, but those who really want to take it to another level, can actually measure their body fat percentage as well.
Going Over One’s Physical Activities
Do you exercise? How active are you throughout the day? It’s important to answer these questions truthfully, and if the answer is a resounding “no,” or even “not much,” a new training regimen is probably long due.
No health revolution can be successful without a dietary change, and there is a good reason for that. Those who have their diet checked both from a quality and quantity angle, rarely need a health revolution. Caloric and carb restriction and an increase in fruit and vegetable consumption are usually very efficient first steps.
Marg Kronfeld is a health-conscious professional who regularly exercises and rarely eats processed foods.