Weigh-In Day is an annual celebration observed on January 7th of this year. Almost all the celebrations from the Festivus to the new year are over. The holiday season would have made you gain some more extra fat and calories. You would have put on weight due to the higher calorie food and drink served during the holiday. So it’s time to make yourself fit, back to the old form. Start your fitness goal right from the Weigh-In Day. Make yourself look and feel fit with regular workouts, eating better foods, and maintain your health. This Day encourages everyone one of us to reach the fitness goal and improve the overall health.
“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” – John F. Kennedy
History of Weigh-In Day
The Weigh-In Day has been celebrated on the first Monday of every January. There is no specific mention of the founder and origin of this celebration Day. However, this Day has existed since people started eating excess. The present-day celebration of Christmas and New year serves food items and drinks with high calories and fat. The consumption of fat-rich foods are often eaten by people in the holiday season, and it resulted in weight gain. The amount of calorie from fat and sugar which people consumed during this time has increased abruptly. Take your weight machine outside and check out your weight.
This Day has been created to encourage and motivate people to get back to their original state. After all the celebrations have got over, it is the perfect time to maintain the health in the best way possible. The Day encourages you to start your new year resolution seriously and thus reduce your weight. Stay fit both by the look and feel. Set out your goals, start working out to get yourself back to the form. Never excuse or give up on your fitness goals as it is important to maintain good health to stay active and fit. Check your weight constantly as to know if you have reached your goal. Get motivated and follow up the words of your trainer to better maintain the body.
Other Celebrations on January 7
January 7 is also celebrated as
- National Tempura Day
- Old Rock Day
- I’m Not Going To Take It Anymore Day
- Harlem Globetrotters Day
- National Bobblehead Day
How to Celebrate Weigh-In Day
Celebrating Weigh-In Day is very simple. If you have gained some weight, then weigh-in your weight to set a weight loss goal. Eat healthy, fat-low food items to reduce your weight. Have a consult with the gym to start working out. Exercise regularly, avoid high-calorie food. Remember you have to work continuously to reduce your weight. Share your photos and views about weight loss on the social media using the hashtag #WeighInDay.