Skip Nav
Healthy Recipes
30 Classic Comfort Foods Lightened Up
Intermediate Workouts
This 45-Minute HIIT Workout Will Help Shrink Your Belly
booty gains
I Did 100 Squats Every Day For 2 Weeks — Here's What I (and My Butt) Learned

Why You Should Stick to Your Summer Diet and Exercise

Fit Tip: Keep It Up Long After Summer Ends

Last-minute Summer shape-up plans may help you shed pounds and tone fast, but they do involve a lot of hard work and dedication as you race against the warm-weather countdown. So as you ramp up your healthy routine in time to don that bikini, make an even better resolution: stick to your new healthy resolutions, even after the Summer season fades.

Whether you're detoxing with a debloating meal plan or kicking your workouts up a notch, Summer prep can be the best time to jump-start a commitment to a healthier lifestyle, not only because you're making healthy eating and exercise a habit, but also because waiting until the last minute to prep for a beach vacay can be stressful! Insanity's Shaun T says it best: "Make it a lifestyle change so next Spring you're not cramming for the test," he recently told us. (In the meantime, you can read his tips for last-minute Summer prep here).

Does this season's frantic shape-up routine have you vowing to make a healthy diet and exercise routine part of your regular life? Luckily, you don't have to do it alone; follow our tips on how to stick to an exercise routine, and this time next year you can rest easy knowing you don't have to beat the clock!

Image Source: Thinkstock
Emily Ratajkowski White Boots With Track Pants
Sunglasses Trends 2017
How to Eat More and Stop Under Eating
Cold and Flu Remedies
From Our Partners
Latest Fitness
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds