In the early hours of March 25th, the clocks will go forward to mark the start of BST (British Summer Time). With the days getting longer, due to DST (Daylight Saving Time), in a bid to stop us wasting valuable hours of light in the summer months – how do you plan to use your extra hours of light?
Confidence is a choice, as is believing in yourself. If you are not prepared to believe in yourself, then why would anyone else? How can you expect them to, if you are not your number one fan to begin with?
I have been a part of the fitness industry for over 20 years now, and throughout the years I have always maintained that the ‘right’ trainers for the job, are the most important asset to have in my gym kit.
We all have to start somewhere with our goals, and this is usually as a seed, an idea. I personally tend to start the process by thinking about what I wish to achieve and then working back, to break it down into smaller incremental steps. The power of the mind is such that you can use its positivity to easily turn an idea, a goal, into fruition. I consciously train my mind for success, and I am forever reading on the matter to find the new trend/idea to do just this.
Let’s discuss how happy memories can combat stress…
I firmly believe that one must choose to eat to accommodate their training needs. This will inevitably be individual and based upon that person’s body composition, genetics, training type, energy needs and knowledge of nutrition.
Over the years I have mastered the art of having ‘sensitive’ hands. I am able to detect imbalances within the feet I am presented with, and I work on those areas to release blockages of energy.
Worrying is such a futile exercise and yet we continue to do it, at each and every opportunity. Instead of focusing on ‘why’ we do it, because we are living in a society whereby we are conditioned to want bigger and better, I’d like you to focus on ways to stop the worrying. Here are the top 5 ways that I help myself to alleviate the worry in my life:
Sometimes in this fast paced world, we opt for the ‘quick fix’, when our body spirals out of balance. We immediately call to make an appointment to see the G.P, when our sleep goes out the window or we don’t know what is causing our symptoms. We are innately programmed to do so.
What if I were to educate you to think a different way. To choose to stay away from synthetic medicine and stimulants, and to try some natural sleep aids instead.
Are we damaging our health with constant exposure to digital devices on a daily basis?
I find that we are living in a time where we are always on our devices. This includes me too.