It’s easy to make small changes that will have a BIG impact on your fitness level and overall wellbeing.
Start with gentle exercise, go for walks, play tennis with the kids or join a dance class. If you have not exercised in a while, your fitness coach will always recommend a check-up with your GP (doctor) just to make sure there are no underlying medical concerns that will affect your ability to exercise. Whether you choose to go it alone (using books or videos) or use a personal trainer or join a gym there is always a programme that will be fun, motivating and rewarding for you.
In conjunction to exercise, look at small changes you can make to your diet like cutting down on sugar, reducing or eliminating greasy fast food (find healthier alternatives when eating out), cutting down on processed foods, drinking more water, eating more fruit and vegetables and periodic healthy fasting or juicing.
Getting fit is not all about exercise or food though, getting more sleep and reducing stress can also aid in staying healthy and fit.
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