1. Stay hydrated to keep your body healthy and encourage progress
Research states that the average person should be drinking a minimum of two litres of water a day – so grab that water bottle and get started!
2. Get quality sleep
A good night’s sleep keeps you feeling strong, awake, and ready for the day, while poor sleep can drive insulin resistance, disrupt your appetite hormones, and reduce your physical and mental performance. A consistent sleeping routine can reduce the chance of broken sleep and fatigue, and improve your overall performance.
3. Consistency is key
Try to move every day – being disciplined about this rather than relying on motivation will keep you going. Don’t focus on the end results, make small goals and be consistent with them.
4. Energy in, energy out
What you are trying to achieve will determine what you should eat. Active people should focus on eating high protein foods to get more energy and stop snack cravings. To lose weight you will need to maintain a calorie deficit whilst ensuring you are eating energy foods.
5. Don’t compare
Stay focused on your own goals and remember that your fitness journey is unique to you, and what works for some people may not always work for you. The less you compare the happier you’ll be with your own progress and small goals along the way.
Talk and share
Be proud of what you are going to achieve and share your progress; making yourself accountable often helps to stick with it. And you never know who you may encourage and motivate along the way.
For more information about Sandy Balls, see www.awayresorts.co.uk/sandy-balls/
If you are in any doubt about your health you must consult your GP. Dorset View is not responsible or liable for damages which may occur as a result of your use or misuse of the information available on this page.
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