Leading up to the start of the Ultimate Reset Challenge Group, I am going to be sharing a series of posts by our BeachBody CEO giving you insight into the science behind the Reset as well as supplemental knowledge so you can get the most out of your 21 days.
Today we are starting with The 5 signs you’re in need of a Reset.
Our bodies are being bombarded by an extraordinary amount of toxins. From unhealthy chemicals found in our food and water, to the dirty air we breathe and even the unsafe materials found inside our own homes and workplaces. It seems like wherever we turn we’re being assaulted by countless harmful substances.
Now, couple this relentless onslaught with the stresses you face moving through your day-to-day life—all the pressures we confront from simply existing in our modern fast-paced world are nothing short of extraordinary. Work, family, physical and spiritual trials, just trying to figure out what to buy at the grocery store can often give you a headache.
It’s time to stop and listen to your body.
Think of it as your own personal checkup with yourself. By paying closer attention to how our bodies feel we can take the steps necessary to improve our overall health and well-being.
Here’s what to look out for…
1. Feeling fatigued Everyone feels tired now and again. But if you have a perpetual lack of energy or motivation, this might be a “time to Reset” sign.
2. Trouble with digestion Sometimes the culprit is the beef burrito, milkshake and nachos you had for lunch. But perhaps it’s something more? If you feel like your stomach isn’t working the way it should, take note. The meal plan in the Reset opens your body to experience food in a whole new way.
3. Difficulty losing weight Dropping a few pounds (or a few more) can be challenging. But if the scale refuses to budge, a Reset could be the ideal jump start.
4. Chronic Illness Are you always trying to shake a cold or dealing with a never-ending allergy season? Maybe you’ve been sick for so long you can’t even remember feeling different. Now is the time to make a change.
5. Simply rundown It’s like a treadmill that just won’t stop. If you’re completely exhausted, both physically and mentally, the Ultimate Reset could be the perfect way to do just that — Reset your system so you can feel like you’re back in the game of life.
Maybe only some of these apply. Maybe they all do. Either way, the Reset could be the difference you are looking for.
Take some time to truly reflect on how you feel, not just how you think you should feel.
If you’re tired of being tired, or not functioning like you used to, embarking on the Ultimate Reset could be the first step to rediscovering your optimum well-being.
By Carl Daikeler
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