How to stick to your New Years resolution:
It’s time to create those New Year’s resolutions: go to the gym, get a 6 pack, do more squats, eat healthier… But with new resolutions come broken promises. Nothing is harder than keeping up with your 2017 resolutions so bubi bottle: the collapsible drink bottle decided to give you a step by step guide to make sticking to your resolutions easier!
Follow these steps to see how this collapsible drink bottle makes your resolution easy and achievable!
Step 1: Plan out your workout
It is always easier to hit the gym once you have a set schedule for your workouts.
Plan them out weekly or daily by muscle group or cardio exercise.
- Wake up @ 9am
- Run 1 mile
- 10 squats
- 15 lunges
- 10 jump squats
- Finish off on the stairmaster
Step 2: Make meal prep plates
Cook up some protein, grains, and vegetables then distribute them into containers for each day. This makes it easier to stick to a healthy diet without any cheat meals.
- Chicken Burrito bowls
- Baked Chicken, Broccoli, and Sweet Potato
- Sesame Chicken
- Quinoa and Kale salad
- Garlic Chicken and Veggie Pasta
Step 3: Don’t stress little changes
One reason many people quit resolutions is because they see lack in changes in their weight or appearance. Change requires time and lots of work. Don’t cut yourself short and remember any change is good change!
Step 4: You deserve that cheat meal
It’s okay if you’re craving pizza or French fries every so often. Everyone deserves a break from hard work, just don’t go overload with the extra bacon or chili cheese! So go ahead and enjoy that chocolate cake.
Step 5: Equip yourself with your favorite gear
It’s always easy to go forth with your day when you have new workout clothes, new shoes, colorful yoga mat, and the perfect water bottle.
Bubi Bottle is the collapsible drink bottle for runners, bikers, hikers, or gym junkies. Easy clip on for backpacks or duffle bags and always ready to roll up for easy storage. Purchase the 22oz bottle to make sure you’re hydrated throughout the day because progress won’t happen without a healthy body first.