Oh boy do you need to understand this for a healthier, happier and longer life.
If only you knew how important this concept is.
So, you’ve lost the weight, hit the targets and are managing to maintain. So, what’s next? How do you get to the point where this is just a lifestyle and no longer a diet, no FOMO or depriving yourself? When does it become just routine?
The fitness industry seems to have exploded over the past few years. It has suddenly become cool to be fit, healthy and to share your progress with the world. Maybe it has always been this way and I haven’t been tuned in, but it certainly feels that this is bigger…
Goal setting has always been part of my journey with Declan, but I don’t think it ever really hit home until we did the 31-Day Drop a Jean Size Challenge. One of the first things we tried to work towards a few years ago was fitting back into a dress…
So, you think the hard bit is done…. getting the weight off. Wrong! The hard bit is keeping it off. Everyone who has been overweight has, at some point in their life, lost weight and put it all back on.
Being well and performing to the best of our ability is not down to one factor alone. You may workout a lot or be very disciplined on your diet but these factors alone don’t mean wellness.
Claire wrote the following piece to show us how she achieved 8kg weight loss over the last 3 months through nutrition and exercise. She has built the healthy habits which will help here to maintain her current healthy and happy weight! Here’s her story:
You’re probably unlocking your phone approximately 80 times per day. This stat is taken from a business insider article from 2016. And I doubt the stat has improved in the last 3 years… I have a simple solution if you are looking for a mobile device detox and a move…
This article will put you into a deep and restorative sleep! Not falling for this old myth is a good start point.