So consider yourself in that statement and start with CARING for yourself. What a great month to really think about yourself and improve your own wellbeing. When you feel good it shows and rubs off on others too. If you are spending lockdown feeling bored, lonely, watching too much television, comfort eating or drinking and feeling sorry for yourself you CAN get yourself out of that rut. It takes a bit of work but it all starts in your mind and only you can achieve it. So c
This is how to make approximately 10 pieces (or make more bite size pieces!). Recipe items show in blue. Step 1 Mix and blitz together the following: 50 grams rolled oats 48 grams sunflower seeds Step 2 Then add the following ingredients, mix and blitz together: 140 grams frozen raspberries 50 grams desiccated coconut 1 tablespoon of honey ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Step 3 Line a suitable baking tray with baking paper and press the mixture down firmly. Place in the freezer
If you do not have any weights/dumbbells to use for workouts it doesn't mean you cannot join in. There really are no excuses. Take a look around your house and see what you can find. Containers - milk cartons, laundry detergent, plastic drink bottles. You can fill them with water, gravel or sand. Shop ping bags or backpack filled with bags of sugar, flour or books, tins of food. A large bag of of potatoes or bag of compost hanging around. Just a few ideas.
BAD BACK? Learn how to manage and minimise painful episodes. If you’ve ever suffered back pain you know how debilitating and painful it can be. The good news is by being proactive through physical exercise you can make such a difference. Back pain is one of the most common reasons for doctors’ visits in the UK. In the year 2018 to 2019 the UK lost 2.8 million work days due to back pain and 30% of the total work days lost due to muskelatoral issues were because of lumbar s
This is a client I started working with in March 2018, the photo on the left is Ed before he decided he wanted to improve his health. He has gradually lost 49lbs / 22kg over time, no quick hit, no fasting. Ed has approached this by changing his habits, cutting out the unhelpful foods and finding alternatives which make him feel and look so much healthier. Ed freely admits he doesn't like exercise, in fact he frequently reminds me of this when I turn up for his workout, but