I think I am feeling the burnout. 11 group fitness classes per week, training clients, teaching TRX courses and being a mom...it is all adding up!!! What do you do for burnout???My yearly course of action for the when I feel burnout coming on is to take a break! I always take 2 weeks off during the Christmas holidays and allow myself to enjoy good food and drink with friends and family. I enable my body to recover, rest and repair.
I'm really excited about the new events and offerings you'll be seeing soon. Watch for more info about mid-April (tax day!) on the new and updated website that will be a much better resource for you in the coming months! Lots to share!In the meantime, keep making healthy eating choices and moving as much as you can.....two things that for sure impact your quality of life. Don't get hung up on the details.....it's simple. Not always easy....but simple.I'm looking forward to helping you be the best you that you can be!
Here are a few suggestions to effectively support your immune system and steer clear of illness.1. Manage your stress levels. The number one enemy of the immune system is stress. We should not be stressed to the max each and every day. Sometimes tough choice have to be made to get stress under control.2. Support your body through food -- REAL food, mostly whole foods. That would be veggies and fruit, lean protein. Organic if you can. Stay away from overly processed and fast foods.
I was talking to a client this morning about getting the body they want and we discussed the 5 components of fitness. She did not know what they were and that each area should be considered in a well rounded fitness program for the general apparently-healthy population. So I decided to list them and let you consider how each plays a role in your own exercise programming. 1. Cardiovascular Fitness
1. Be positive. Believe you can do this.
2. Do 2 extra reps with each exercise.
3. Finish your training off with this. a. 6 squats. b. 6 push ups.c. 6 reverse lunges. Do has many rounds in 5 min
Have a great Thursday