Building a Foundation for Wellness: Creating Healthy Habits in the New Year

As the new year unfolds, you might find yourself inspired to make positive changes. Creating and maintaining healthy habits is a powerful way to lay the foundation for a happier and more fulfilling life. We are offering a New Year, New Habits Nutrition Kickstart to help!  Here are a few things we’ll tackle together. 

Start Small:

Overcommitting when making changes is a common pitfall. Instead of attempting a radical lifestyle overhaul, we’ll start with manageable changes. Small victories build confidence and create a positive feedback loop. We can help you create gradual changes that are more likely to stick.

Create a Routine:

Habits thrive in consistency. Establishing a daily routine helps integrate healthy behaviors seamlessly into your life. Whether it’s scheduling regular workout sessions, setting aside time for meal preparation, or designating moments for mindfulness and relaxation, a well-structured routine provides the structure necessary for habit formation. Our Kickstart will help you build consistent and effective daily and weekly tasks to move you toward a better version of you!

Celebrate Progress:

We want you to acknowledge and celebrate your achievements along the way. It’s important to reflect on the positive changes you make and use them as motivation to continue building healthy habits. We recognize that setbacks are a natural part of the process and will help you approach them with self-compassion and a renewed commitment to your goals.

As the new year unfolds, creating and maintaining healthy habits is a powerful way to invest in your well-being. Join the Nutrition Kickstart and let us help you build a foundation for a healthier and more fulfilling life. Remember, the journey towards wellness is a gradual and ongoing process, and each positive choice contributes to a brighter and healthier future. Cheers to a new year filled with vitality and well-being!


Why Strength Training Is Important As You Age

People can do daily activities with a minimal amount of cardiovascular fitness, but when they don’t have the strength or the muscle power to do daily activities, that’s when they lose their independence. To build muscle, you need to do strength training!

CrossFit Workouts for Week of 2/12-2/17/2024

This week, we have some fun partner workouts, an infamous ‘girl” wod, and more skill prep for the upcoming Open. Check out what workouts we have in store for you this week!


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