How to Approach Health and Fitness over Christmas

Christmas is a time for festive parties and family visits, for decorating trees and gingerbread biscuits. Winter coats and warm fires, juicy turkeys and just-wrapped presents. It’s a special time of year that should be cherished. But does this mean all of your fitness and health goals must be ignored? Not necessarily. It’s very possible to enjoy the festivities while also staying true to your fitness ambitions.  Whether you’re the type of person to go for a run on Christmas morning and stick to those targets, fill up on mince pies post-workout or take a complete break, here’s some advice on how best to approach (and survive) the festive season as a fitness lover. 1. Be realistic The first step is to temper your expectations. Even if fitness is usually…

Christmas is a time for festive parties and family visits, for decorating trees and gingerbread biscuits. Winter coats and warm fires, juicy turkeys and just-wrapped presents. It’s a special time...

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