Rewind Wednesday: Week of June 26, 2017

Last week, not surprising to us, RD members continued to crush it. We saw Francine's first pull-up, a bunch of people do well on their measurements and we had June's Wine and Cheese Night. As far as content, you guys enjoyed Sue's "Humans of Results Driven" story and our Throw-Back post this week is about Mastering Meal Prep (in the new year). 

We're happy to say it was another fun week at Results Driven! Enjoy!


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Content of the Week:
Humans of Results Driven - Sue's Story

 "The reason I initially came to RD was because my daughter was pregnant and I waited a very long time to have my first grandchild. They live in New York City and I had committed to babysitting once a week, traveling to New York City. We leave our house at 5:30 in the morning and we don’t come back until very late at night, so it’s a long day.   We’re very short, small people, but my granddaughter was huge! 96 percentile for height and 75th for weight. So I wanted to be able to work with her, help her, and now that she’s walking, run around with her. She’s become the center of our lives at this point.   If you’re not healthy and you’re not strong, there’s no way in the world you can keep up with grandchildren. People that I know that are much younger than me, that haven’t exercised and haven’t watched their nutrition, they can’t enjoy their grandchildren. They can’t participate with their activities like someone who has taken better care of themselves along the way."  Sue G. of Washingtonville, NY.

"The reason I initially came to RD was because my daughter was pregnant and I waited a very long time to have my first grandchild. They live in New York City and I had committed to babysitting once a week, traveling to New York City. We leave our house at 5:30 in the morning and we don’t come back until very late at night, so it’s a long day. 

We’re very short, small people, but my granddaughter was huge! 96 percentile for height and 75th for weight. So I wanted to be able to work with her, help her, and now that she’s walking, run around with her. She’s become the center of our lives at this point. 

If you’re not healthy and you’re not strong, there’s no way in the world you can keep up with grandchildren. People that I know that are much younger than me, that haven’t exercised and haven’t watched their nutrition, they can’t enjoy their grandchildren. They can’t participate with their activities like someone who has taken better care of themselves along the way."

Sue G. of Washingtonville, NY.


Throw-Back Post:
Mastering Meal Prep - 5 Strategies for the New Year

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Meal prep is one of those things that takes work. Showing up to the gym for a lot of people is the easy part. Eating the "right" things to move you towards your goal isn't so simple.

Check out this post from the beginning of the year that's still relevant 7 months later. Pick a strategy you think you can tackle and do it. Small changes over time lead to big changes in the end. Click below to read further.


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