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Imagine Your Life 21 Days From Now ...

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Only three more weeks to go (21 days) ... don’t miss the opportunity to take advantage of the complimentary Active Image On-line training program for the month of July. Others are already enjoying the benefits of training in the comfort of their home while receiving expert advice.

This week I scoured the internet to find out who said: “it takes 21 days to form a new habit”. Unfortunately I’ve come up empty-handed. However, it’s mentioned in Google 15, 400,000 times … so it must be true!!

Most experts agree that you can kick bad habits or form new ones if you can practice for 21 consecutive days. If you want to see a permanent change in an area of your life, use these tools to help you achieve success not only in your fitness program but in all areas of your life. Read on and find out how ...

Enjoy the newsletter and have a blessed week!

Cathy Morenzie

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Imagine Your Life 21 Days From Now ...

In my experience, the 21- day rule is a great start, but it takes a bit more than just doing something for 21 days to make it a permanent part of your life. Before you choose a health habit that you want to change over the next 21 days, consider the following:

With a little planning the next 21 days can be the first step to a permanent breakthrough in an area of your life.

Nutrition Tip of the week

Counting calories, fats or carbs.

Fat grams, carb grams, protein servings, calories … just what should you be counting to lose or maintain weight? The correct answer is none of the above. When you follow the basic principles of healthy eating, you don’t have to worry about keeping track of fat grams, carbs or calories. Just follow these guidelines and the counting will take care of itself.

  1. Start your day with a balanced healthy breakfast such as whole grains and fruit
  2. Drink water throughout the day
  3. Moderate your intake of juices, caffeine and fast foods
  4. Consume a healthy serving of protein at breakfast, lunch and dinner (eggs, tuna, chicken)
  5. Limit intake of simple sugars such as white breads, desserts and sweets, pasta and white rice.
  6. Consume 8-10 servings of vegetables and fruit per day.
  7. Try to consume only whole grain breads, cereals, pasta and rice
  8. Don’t eat anything after 8:00 pm or 2-3 hours before bedtime.

Exercise of the Week

Exercise Description:

Double Leg Press outs

Muscles Worked:

Core (body weight)


  1. Lie on your back with your knees towards your chest and arms flat on the ground.
  2. Keep your back flat throughout the movement and kick your legs out and away until they are almost straight.
  3. Bring the legs back in and repeat for the required number of repetitions.
  4. If you are unable to keep your back flat on the floor throughout the movement shorten the distance that your legs extend until your abdominal muscles get stronger.

About Cathy Morenzie

Cathy Morenzie is a certified personal fitness trainer, fitness instructor, and Pilates instructor. She specializes in providing creative fitness solutions for people on the go. She has trained thousands of clients and trainers over the last 15 years. For more FREE tips like these, contact us or call 416-410-8517 to schedule your complimentary session. Can't fit personal training sessions into your schedule, no problem - try our online personal training and receive the benefits of one-on-one personal training at a fraction of the cost.

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