Back on July 29, I changed up my workouts to include the new Morning Meltdown 100 program. This is a 100-workout program that I’m determined to finish.
You might be thinking, 100 days of the same program!? No way! But you couldn’t be further from the truth. Here’s why: This program is 100 entirely different workouts. No two are the same. And that variety is what makes it so amazing.
I believe in variety, in life, in my nutrition and in my workouts. Because if you get bored with what you’re doing, you’ll get stagnant and lose interest in what your goals were in the first place.
I also believe in progress, not perfection. I recently told you about my experience with the Ultimate Reset program. I stuck with it, but I modified a few things so that it worked for me in where I am in my fitness and nutrition journey. And that’s okay!
Typically you’re supposed to stop working out during the program, but I had also committed to the Morning Meltdown 100 program and didn’t want to stray from it. So I didn’t. And I still saw great results.
We’re constantly telling ourselves that we’ll start (or restart) our health journeys on Monday, or next week, or after some holiday. The reality is that we need to start now–with the right attitude and the right plan in place.
But there’s a caveat to that. You have to be ready, really ready, if we want to make sure we can make the changes and stick with them.
A friend recently asked me what I was going to do when I was done with the Ultimate Reset program. It’s a valid question, because that program is a detox and it’s a little strict. My answer? Maintenance.
It’s not a matter of ending the program and going back to what I was doing before. If I did that, I’d be back where I started in a matter of weeks–feeling bloated, heavy and sluggish. Instead, I’m taking what I learned in Ultimate Reset, changing up a few things for variety, then sticking with it moving forward.
This includes my workouts too. With the Morning Meltdown 100, I have loads of variety that will keep me interested and working hard. I enjoyed the 80 Day Obsession program too, but I know I pushed too hard which led to injury.
Everyone needs variety in their life, and I’m so glad I’ve found some of mine. If you’re interested in the Morning Meltdown 100 to keep your workouts on-point or in the Ultimate Reset so you can stop feeling bloated and unhealthy, let me know. I’d love to support you!