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|Posted on 31 December, 2019 at 9:15||comments (137)|
Hey - hope you had a great Christmas and are getting prepared for 2020 :-)
I expect you will all be laying down some major New Years Resolutions but try not to set the bar too high as you will fall at the first hurdle. I advises clients that you have to set yourself something ACHIEVABLE and WITHIN REACH.
It's no good saying that you are just going to eat lettuce and run 10k every day as you won't stick to it.
Let me help you put an ACHIEVABLE plan together for you that you WILL STICK TO and GET RESULTS.
I am very realistic about the time pressures that we all have and I can help you with that. Check out some of the offers that I have or drop me an email [email protected] and let's start to get you on the road to fitness.
Happy New Year chaps!!
|Posted on 11 November, 2019 at 13:35||comments (17)|
You already know that exercise is good for your body. But did you know it’s also effective in dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, and more?
What are the mental health benefits of exercise?
Exercise is not just about aerobic capacity and muscle size. Sure, exercise can improve your physical health and your physique, trim your waistline, improve your sex life, and even add years to your life. But that’s not what motivates most people to stay active.
Regular exercise can have a profoundly positive impact on depression, anxiety, ADHD, and more. It also relieves stress, improves memory, helps you sleep better, and boosts your overall mood. And you don’t have to be a fitness fanatic to reap the benefits. Research indicates that modest amounts of exercise can make a difference. No matter your age or fitness level, you can learn to use exercise as a powerful tool to feel better.
Other mental and emotional benefits of exercise
Sharper memory and thinking. The same endorphins that make you feel better also help you concentrate and feel mentally sharp for tasks at hand. Exercise also stimulates the growth of new brain cells and helps prevent age-related decline.
Better sleep. Even short bursts of exercise in the morning or afternoon can help regulate your sleep patterns. If you prefer to exercise at night, relaxing exercises such as yoga or gentle stretching can help promote sleep.
Stronger resilience. When faced with mental or emotional challenges in life, exercise can help you cope in a healthy way, instead of resorting to alcohol, drugs, or other negative behaviors that ultimately only make your symptoms worse. Regular exercise can also help boost your immune system and reduce the impact of stress.