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Are you aware of how much your breathing affects your mental health? I mean really breathing, the focused, conscious type of breathing, not the unconscious I need to breathe to survive type breathing… Do you hate it when you are in a state of high anxiety or stress, and someone says “just breathe” – well there maybe a little more to it from a scientific point of view. There are parts of our body we have no control over, like our heart beating, because our brain controls it all and it happens very unconsciously. To a certain extent breathing fits...Read More
There are those of us who are balancing multiple roles — as parent, worker, spouse, volunteer, household manager, etc. — often find that 24 hours per day simply aren’t enough to find time to go to the gym. Fitness gets put on the back burner. Even if you’re lucky enough to be able to set aside time to work out, things like school holidays, childhood illnesses, and workday crises have a way of eating up these extra hours along with our best intentions. You may not have time to go to the gym, but you can still be physically active...Read More
The top 10 tips to keep us motivated, fit and healthy 1. Eat Well Studies have shown around 80% of any fitness goal depends on your diet, be it weight loss, muscular development or training for an event. Eating a good balance of clean carbohydrates, fresh protein and healthy fats will give you the energy to aid your fitness challenge and show results quickly. For the most part when coaching clients through weight loss and definition, I advise eating three meals and two snacks to help keep your metabolism burning at a constant rate. When planning meals and cooking, look...Read More