How saving 15 secs filling up my water bottle affects me personally? I do it 4 times a day (1-min). Twice for the dog bowl at 30 sec each (1-min). When taking kids to the sitter and already running 2 minutes behind another 15 sec just ain't in the cards. Forfeiting vitamins and hydrating before the day even starts is a big blow to my energy level and motivation. Bad choices here I come. Bottomline for this one: if filling up my water bottle is fast, I'll do it and a cascade of positive choices will follow.
Would you like to be more physically active, but are unsure if you can do it because of your size? Large, small or somewhere in between, physical activity can give you more energy, lower your stress and help you feel better about yourself. If you feel self-conscious about exercising, try doing something in the comfort of your home, like gardening or dancing to music, or consider a walking group with friends that you are comfortable with. It is always a good idea to talk with your health care provider before starting any physical activity.
I often find it funny when my clients give me the double take because I've told them to take a "rest" day. Or when my Mommy Recess clients, give a big exhale of relief at the end of class when I tell them to take a moment for themselves and just breathe.
IDEA World Fitness Convention is rampant with positivity. Everywhere you go you see smiling instructors, coaches, personal trainers shaking hands and connecting with colleagues. It’s a microcosm of what this industry aims to produce.
Did you read the story about the newborn who was delivered, walked out the door and ran a 5K? No? That's because it didn't happen. It couldn't happen, right? It's just a silly story....which leads me to the subject of this week's blog.When it comes to making lifestyles changes, it's about BABY STEPS. People decide they are going to make some changes in their life; they are going to start working out, eat better, and quit smoking....all on the same day. Talk about setting yourself up for failure.
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Train hard, eat less? Interval training could help suppress your short-term appetite, finds new research from the University of Western Australia.Overweight men who completed 30 minutes of intense exercise intervals ate up to 170 fewer calories about an hour post-workout than those who performed moderate exercise.