- Get Fit In The City – 6 Part Running Series
- MIM: BCBD In Review
- Extra, Extra, Read All About It…
- MIM: Sleep Smarter! Are you getting enough rest?
- MIM: Create a Stress Management Ritual
- MIM: Write a Vision Statement
- MIM: Create Your Own Food Rules + Dorset Cereal Giveaway
- Positive Action for a Positive Change!
- MIM: Have You Tried Meditating?
- Set a Nutrition Goal! Plus 7 Food Myths You Should Know
BCBD WORDS OF WISDOM
MIM: BCBD In Review
Happy last week of classes BCBD ladies! Just wanted to send a big thank you for everyone committing to this past session and bringing so much positive energy to each class.
Have you checked out my new endeavour with Equinox yet? Be sure to take up this amazing offer and experience the gym during this limited time free guest list opportunity. Their signature program Stacked! that I’m teaching will blow you away! READ HERE
Each week I send out these MIMs with little nutritional, wellness and fitness challenges but with everyone’s hectic schedules, sometimes they are overlooked. Here’s a reminder of what these past eight weeks have been about. Perhaps just pick one to try at your own leisure? You can do it!
Set a Nutritional Goal?
Give Affirmations a Go?
Create Your Own Food Rules?
Write a Vision Statement?
Manage Your Stress?
Happy reading girls!
Call to Action!
Hello lovely ladies and blog readers! How is everyone feeling this week? Have you signed up for the next BCBD session? Passed it on to your friends? I hope so!
This week I wanted to chat about the importance of sleep and how to sleep SMARTER!
How much sleep you need is a debated topic and often varies slightly from person to person. But generally, most healthy adults need between 7.5 and 9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best.
If you think you can train your body to not require as much rest, you are mistaken my friend. Sleep is so important to regenerate your body and brain. After period of extended wakefulness neurons begin to malfunction and your organs and muscles need sleep to repair. In the short term, lack of sleep creates obviously fatigue and slower reaction times but it also increases stress. Long term, it can even risk more serious problems such as depression and high blood pressure. Not good!
Problem is that most of us don’t get enough sleep and aren’t sleeping properly.
Increase Your Quality of Sleep!
Here are some great sleep techniques to try to get a better, more restful sleep so you can increase the quality of your sleep.
● Reduce Screen Time
● Exercise in the Afternoon
● Get to Bed Earlier
● Darker is Better
● Have a Snack
Happy snoozing girls! And let’s give it our all in this final weeks of our latest session!
Call to Action!