My Health Fusion Program Begins

My health fusion program begins with evaluating what I have learned so far, and where I am wanting to go with all of this (beyond just being healthy). I’ve posted what I have learned about the Whole30 program, so I won’t rehash that again, so now to begin adding what I am learning about how the emotional is just as important as the physical–not at all what I expected to learn in Chris Powell’s book Choose to Lose — The 7-day Carb Cycling Solution.

I decided to check deeper into the Whole30 authors and found Whole9, which is a complete plan for living a “wholesome” life. I can definitely see working this in also. It offers an online community that shares information on how to strengthen the following nine (9) areas of your life:

  • To Eat Good Foodcombine_images
  • To Sleep Deeply
  • To Move Your Body
  • To Handle Your Stress
  • To Connect With Others
  • To Get Outside
  • To Be The Best You
  • To Have Some Fun
  • To Own Your Choices

When I went looking for the next step in my pursuit of good health, Whole9 provided the structure. Chris Powell introduced me to the passion to beย an “Athlete in Training.”

GOAL:ย I will train each day in knowledge and fitness while eating good food to reach my health and fitness goals.

COMING UP: 241 Journey will be going through a “redefining” phase. As I learn more about underlying emotional strongholds from Chris Powell, I find it necessary to begin viewing myself and my journey from where I am headed, instead of where I started. It is an exciting journey. I think my blog should reflect that as well, so hang on as this blog begins to change the way it looks also. ๐Ÿ™‚

Do you have “a plan” or is your end goal merely to lose weight? Why are you on your journey? What does the end game look like for you? Share with us in comments.

Author: Margie Fuller

Experiencing happiness through sharing happiness. Proverbs 3:13

5 thoughts on “My Health Fusion Program Begins”

  1. I think you have to plan somewhat in order to successfully lose weight and keep it off. My plan is to eat healthy mostly but also eat the foods that aren’t so healthy in moderation. This is something I will be able to maintain. I also make sure I do some kind of physical activity at least 6 days a week. I blog about my journey, and I think that is helping quite a bit with my success. I’m also part of other communities that help me stay on track. So my plan is to lose weight in such a way that I can maintain it for the rest of my life easily. It’s working so far ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. I totally agree. It’s only been recently that I realized that you’re supposed to have 1 hour of exercise a day. I’m trying to start adding walking and sometimes just doing simple exercises while waiting for something to cook. I’ve been parking further to walk further. I need to start keeping up with my steps. I have to find my pedometer. I also think you’re right about foods that aren’t so healthy. Those things that we really enjoy. We should make time for those too in moderation. It makes for a much more realistic lifestyle. I’m glad carb cycling factors in a free day. Now to make it work. ๐Ÿ™‚


      1. Yes, to make it work! That’s the hard part. It sounds like you have a great plan in place! Parking far away is a great idea. I try to do that sometimes. I also almost always try to take the steps instead of the elevator or escalator … and if I have to take the escalator, I walk up it instead. Every bit counts ๐Ÿ™‚

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