I think we can all agree that today’s way of living, combined with lockdowns, are not helping our health and wellbeing. We see an influx of technology and electronic devices entering into the fitness world. On the one hand, it’s great that it keeps people more engaged and helps them to get a sense of achievements and progress.
You probably are aware that making healthy lifestyle choices would benefit your wellbeing & happiness in the long term.
You’ve tried it many times before. You feel motivated to eat better, exercise more, spend less time on your phone. Maybe you tried to drink less coffee, quit smoking or add other positive habits.
Life is like walking into a cold lake, it starts shallow, and you enjoy the feel of water on your feet. The sensations you feel are pleasant and walking barefoot is always refreshing. But as you progress and it gets harder to walk, water is resisting your pace; more effort is needed if you want to proceed. The water may not feel so good anymore – it is more tiring, and you need to be cautious where you step. If water is freezing, it’s more difficult to breathe, and you have no choice but to stay calm, breath until you get to the point you can’t reach the bottom of the lake and you have to start the swim.
The most important numbers of your diet are Calories IN and Calories OUT. When you understand how to manage and control energy balance, you’re in charge of achieving and sustaining your fitness goals.
Why some people go to the gym for years and never see any change? The most common reason why many people look the same, despite spending hours at the gym every week.
The first thing that may come to your mind is getting a gym membership and start a workout routine. It seems like going to the gym is the only way to get fit, right? Far from the truth.
As a PT, I’m aware I don’t have a right to talk about mental health, but still, this is a very important topic to me. I’ve seen too many amazing people fighting mental health issues, so I’ve decided to write a few lines.
When I was five years old, my father introduced me to ice hockey, that’s when it all began for me, I started building my identity-based habits without realising it.