When I saw the opportunity to participate in Subway’s Commit to Fit campaign in my inbox I jumped at the chance. I am trying to change the way I eat, cutting out my bad snacks and skipped meals. I’m pushing myself to be healthier – to exercise regularly and eat better. And it’s working.
So taking the challenge to replace burgers and onion rings with something from Subway’s menu fits perfectly with my goals for right now. And I can go on Subway’s website to check the nutritional information before I choose my meal. Since part of weight loss success is honestly tracking what you’re eating, this is important. And I have become a big fan of Subway’s flatbread BLT.
What I like about the Commit to Fit challenges is that some of the challenges you can take are very simple and easy to fit into your day, like parking further from your destination and getting a bit of a walk.
The Subway Commit to Fit program is meant to encourage Canadians to commit to a healthier, more active lifestyle. You can make your commitment on their Facebook page here. Users can win monthly Subway cash cards and the $10,000 Grand Prize winner will be announced in November.
You can also see how others are doing by following the #SubwayFreshSwap hashtag.
Disclosure: I am part of the SUBWAY® RestaurantsCommit to Fit™Blogger Campaign and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”