As the warmer weather heats up and the days become longer, we are seeing ourselves spending more time outdoors. For some of us may be feeling a little self-conscious that we were not in the best shape we hoped to be in especially, being beach ready.
Feeling good should not come at a cost of sweating it out at the gym every day and eating zero calories but creating new habits to support your mindset change. Here are the 3 key things you should be doing that will get you in the healthiest mindset for this Summer.
Are you a steak and chip purist with a low-carb lifestyle? This recipe is for you. There is nothing to distract from the flavor of the meat other than a hint of garlic and rosemary. By using rutabaga instead of potato, you can still enjoy this classic dish and stay true to your low-carb diet.
While exercise being good for the body is widely acknowledged – be it maintaining body weight or building muscles and reducing fat – the benefits that exercising can deliver for mental health is often overlooked.
Earlier this year, Japanese professional tennis player Naomi Osaka halted attending press conferences saying she gets “huge waves of anxiety” before speaking to the media.
More recently at the Tokyo Olympics, American artistic gymnast Simone Biles backed out from the competition to savour her mental health.
In the unprecedented times that we are currently living in, COVID-19 has triggered more mental stress than ever before. When it comes to finding solutions for this issue, there is a need to talk about the mental health benefits of exercising. To reiterate emphasis on the same, exercise is even used as a tool to treat many mental illnesses.
When it doesn’t feel like there’s enough hours in the day and you have a massive list of things to do, it can be easy to retreat and procrastinate. It’s not a coincidence that the most successful people in the world follow similar daily habits as one another. These individuals are focused and productive and get what they need to do done. You too can develop and implement daily habits that will improve your work ethic and optimize your time.
When you are serious about getting fit and healthy, I always recommend that you never skip a leg day. To build a solid foundation to crush your daily life like a Queen, you need to train the large muscle groups in the lower body. You might think that its better to do butt and leg exercises to sculpt your booty, but you need stability and a solid and strong core as well.
This healthy, instant frozen yogurt is the perfect sugar-free dessert. This ice cream takes you less than 5 minutes to prepare since it doesn’t require freezing. You could also use other frozen low-carb berries such as blueberries or raspberries. Or why not a mix?
Its not everyday that you have the motivation to get up and exercise, even the most avid ones have bad days. Start-of-the-year and New Year’s resolution spirit will only get you so far and as the months go by, your motivation will begin to wane.
But there is a good way to build a genuine connection to exercise and become a commitment that you want to keep. Here are 10 ways to keep you loving exercise in the long run
Let’s get right to the meat of the matter. In this case, it’s chicken covered in a creamy Alfredo sauce paired with savory cauliflower. No pasta noodles needed to get your Alfredo fix. You may want to double the batch, because it’s fabulous the next day, too. Dig in!
Colin has been member of Element for 8 years! He has achieved significant weight loss and says that
“Exercising has also been good for my mind body and soul.”
“I love training at Element because the gym is nice and clean. The staff are really friendly. Big mention to the pts especially Teena!”