Summer is here. The weather has changed, the sun is out for longer, party planning is in full swing, and we are excited for the holiday season to begin. It’s very easy during the last few months of the year to fall into the mistake of neglecting your training and healthy eating habits because there is alot going on. You still need to worry about you and how you manage your time, training and eating habits during this time.
We are all busy individuals with a to-do list that never ends and time is something that just passes us by. Let’s work together on how we can improve our clarity and focus to make the most of what we do.
It is important to have balance and look at the things that are most important and what you value most. Think about your personality, motivators, what makes you grow, what makes you fulfilled, what makes you feel recharged.
We spend more time working these days than actually spending time with our loved ones, so it’s vital we create a happy and healthy work environment. Humans need to feel a sense of fulfilment so that we can complete our jobs and feel satisfied, rinse and repeat.
Here are ways to help with general well being for your time spent at work. They can be done just about anywhere so whether you're working in an office or at home make sure to give them a try!
A significant and common misconception about weight training is that all women will put on muscle and look unnatural. The main reason why women don’t “bulk up” when weight training is the simple fact they do not have the testosterone levels like a man.
I personally recommend for my female clients to weight train every second day for many reasons...
Self-care to me is more than drinking Acai smoothies, beach days and short term getaways! True self-care needs to be practised everyday.
We need to look deeper and start making changes that make our lives more abundant. We need to stop relying on short term fixes in order to have our minds and bodies in check.
So... let’s help look after YOU better!
Health professionals are prescribing exercise more than ever before to help manage and relieve symptoms of mental health issues like depression, anxiety and stress. It really is no wonder because the benefits are amazing and as a fitness professional I can speak first hand at what exercise has done to benefit my overall health.