Blog habits of a healthy lifestyle
First of all! Ho ho ho to you all ladies and gents! Wishing you a fabulous festive season, and realizing we all have good habits and bad habits and, yet we all want health that feel good factor and to look fabulous, whether to see, feel, hear that in our selves or, for people to look at us and think wow! or even pay you that compliment
for your new shape.
Recently on my Instagram on Adam White PT I did I post, and the idea was that will power and goals are not always reached and yet action habits and discipline may be the ways forward.
Here goes some do’s and some don’ts with habits for a healthy lifestyle and a great shape.
Don’t be overly hedonistic, a lot of us especially in London have work and social parties drink and celebratory desserts. I’m going with chocolate and wine here. Do be mindful or do calorie count or login to MyFitnessPal and decide to reduce from some of thoseluxury foods.
Don’t punish yourself and either say f*** it let’s get loose and crazy, and don’t become a hermit or an extremist and say I’ll never drink again or simply I’ll never socialise again.
Instead get back on track and visualise the shape you have either loved in yourself at some point in time, in your life or the shape of someone else that you admire. Or a shape you have imagined for yourself that you would like.
Visualising is really powerful! keep visualising until you can imagine yourself being in that shape prior to actually being in that shape. How? By doing it until you feel that image to be possible and until it actually excites you, because you believe it to be so.
Don’t create goals that you attempt to try or reach for. Instead make yourself a promise, a commitment to be healthy, wealthy, loved, whatever it is that you commit to and desire.
Do aim to sleep 7 to 8 hours each night. if you’re not, you may never feel the vigor or see those pounds shed away as sleep is healing, restorative, and recuperative it’s essential to our health, and to our energy
If you eat lots of sugary toxic acidic sweet foods aim to replace them with greens, vegetables, water, and watery fruits, alkaline and fresh live foods to change your taste buds and how you feel internally
Do aim for relaxation techniques daily for as little as 5 minutes a day, up to as much as an hour a day or visualise, nap, meditate, think or rest, whatever helps you to relax and recharge your brain.
I hope this helps you and do feel free to contact me, or get in touch for personal training or coaching to improve your diet your lifestyle habits and your exercise technique and intensity so that you can get in the best shape of your life.
Many thanks Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and I hope to see you all soon.
Any questions, please feel free to call me for coaching – I’m happy to help!