Top tools to success in Fitness Challenge

I have to admit I’m a sucker for little ways to make fitness a little more enjoyable and easier to track. I have a couple of tricks and tips for making fitness fun and easy that I would like to share with you…

Bodyspace: I have to give big props to bodyspace.com for building an incredible mobile app. I’m not sure when this app finally got good, but I recently downloaded it and love it! I tried it a long while ago and it wasn’t quite working for me but it appears that they have it dialed in now! It’s great because you can follow along your workout, track things on the spot and it even has descriptions of how to perform the exercises. LOVE IT!

Lose it: I love this app but have to be honest, I’m not the best at tracking all of my food. It’s really easy to do but when you’re eating 5 to 6 times per day it can be a burden to always keep on top of it. Check it out at loseit.com. My goal is to review this app every Sunday and do my very best to make sure it’s fully updated! It really helps you realize how much or how little you are consuming.

Soundpeats:
It’s ABOUT TIME! Finally wireless headphones are on the scene that work really well and sound excellent (maybe I’m just behind in technology). I have been lifting with headphones that ALWAYS get in the way for years, and Soundpeats
have solved this issue. I have the Soundpeats and my brother just got the Powerbeats2. Both are great options!

On the go protein shakes: Costco is definitely saving my bank account. I get the Premier Nutrition High Protein Shake at about 2 dollars a pop. It beats paying $4 at stores for solo drinks. Plus these drinks are such a good way to ensure you’re getting enough protein each and every day!

I would love to hear if you have any recommendations. I’m trying to keep it simple but these are a couple of ways that I’ve made my fitness challenge easy and more fun at the same time!