If you do nothing else this holiday season, make a determination to work out before eating out.  If you can stick to a healthy diet and workout routine, you will be ready to enjoy family gatherings without the usual remarks calling you out for turning down those sugary sweets that only take a few days to undo all the work you’ve put in all year long.  We know food plays a huge part in family celebrations and is often used as a gift during this time of year, so you really have to be careful about refusing to take part in holiday traditions.  Aunt Thelma will tell you how she put extra rum in the cake, and there’s Grandpa’s egg nog to resist, but don’t let them guilt you into having a second helping here and there.  It’s your blood pressure at stake and in the end, you’re responsible for your numbers.

If someone asks you for a hint to help shop for you, let them know you want work out gear, and help them find the best prices and selection by going to Groupon.  Nike has Jordan sneakers in stock, hoodies and pull overs and 40% off women’s running shoes and apparel. Image result for This the Season to be Fit

Right now you can save up to 30% off purchases when you apply the Groupon money saving deals.  And you can qualify for free shipping easily.  There is an additional discount for veterans that’s really cool. You can get up to 55% off clearance items when you shop online with Groupon, so why would you go charging into the fray at the mall, when you can get all your shopping done in the time it takes to get your miles in your treadmill.  Just use your smartphone or other mobile devise and shop your way to great saving the convenient Groupon way.  Nike offers the best quality and a great selection for the whole family.  Men, women and styles for infants and children are on sale, so you can outfit the entire gang, and be ready to work off the extra pounds you’re bound to pick up from all the holiday feasting.

In fact, if food is their gift to you, have everyone assemble before they eat, and pay them back by organizing a mile-long walk/run in the neighborhood as your gift to them.


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Daniel Quinn