Our favorite wellness gurus are constantly sharing their best advice with us. We admire their devotion to mental and physical fitness so much, we often forget that like everyone, they surely have some less-than-ideal habits too.
As 2018 approaches and we begin brainstorming our New Year’s resolutions, we wanted to find out what bad behaviors trainers and nutritionists cop to. Here’s what they confessed to us—each unhealthy habit is a solid reminder that even the fittest pros have a weakness for French Fries or don’t clock in enough sleep, among other things!
“[My unhealthiest habit is] not making time for a proper meal. Let’s face it. We can all find 15 minutes to put our phones down, find a quiet place, and just focus on eating and digestion. But during my workweek, I often get so caught up that I end up eating on the fly or during meetings. This usually leads to eating too quickly and poor digestion and I regret it afterwards. So, if I find myself stuck in this pattern, I try to stop, take a deep breath, step away for 15 minutes, and just truly enjoy warm spoonfuls of delicious food.”
—Anna Kaiser, celebrity trainer and founder of AKT inMotion