You're crushing your goals like a champ.
Morning runs around Central Park's loop are your playground and you're seriously contemplating signing up for The New York City Marathon.
Here's one fitness tip that will help take your fitness prowess over the edge. One word:
"Abs are made in the kitchen," or so the saying goes. You quite literally become what you eat, so if you haven't been paying attention to your diet then now is the time to start. Nutrition is what separates the rookies from the pros when if comes to health and fitness.
Don't know where to go to get started on this new journey in your fitness goals? We've got you covered.
Are you the type who loves healthy fats but could do without carbs and sugar? Then a Ketogenic diet might be for you. Be sure to talk with your doc before getting started, but a Keto diet can help athletes shed pounds and gain energy. Get started right here.
If you're the type who can't quite kick fruit then you'll want to consider the Mediterranean diet. Fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats will help get you through the days and will help you crush you previous personal records.
This one requires no explanation. The Paleo diet has taken off and proven it's success with Cross-fit enthusiasts around the world. If it works for those athletes, it can work for you too.
Abs are made in the kitchen. If you want to compete with those other New York weekend warriors, then you'll take your diet and nutrition seriously.
Need a hand with your personal training? Consider hiring a physical therapist instead of a personal trainer. Talk about leveling up.