Put some time aside for sleep, fresh air, great food, enjoyable exercise, rest, recuperation and all things that make you fit, healthy and happy! welcome to becoming fit and feeling good.
These are troubling times and it’s all gone a little crazy! We’re hoarding bog rolls, filling our freezers and hiding indoors under self-isolation. I for one feel like I’m in an apocalypse movie! Where did Covid-19 come from and how can I -with all my health and wellbeing knowledge – help myself and others?
There are many wellbeing gurus out there who are no doubt doing just what I am doing … wondering how we can use our knowledge of fitness and nutrition to help keep you well. That’s why I’ve written a quick immune supporting guide for you to download. I am no Doctor, nor a member of the Government so my advice is to follow what those professionals suggest. However, I hope this guide can help give you some nutritional tips and tricks that will support your immune system and help fight off this and other nasty viruses quicker. I’ve also be putting together some simple home workout videos for you to follow so you can keep your physical self moving. These aren’t difficult, just 30 min basic bodyweight programmes. Now is not the time to ‘beast your body’, just keep it moving! You can register for these by clicking here 👉🏻https://fitandfeelgood.co.uk/register/community-wellbeing-membership/
Simple click to get your immune supporting guide. In it you will find:
👉12 ingredients you can include in daily life to support your immune system and help fight cold and flu’s quicker
👉3 Days of immune supporting recipes with breakfast, lunch and dinner
👉3 great ways to hydrate, soothe sore throats and keep your immunity supported with vitamin C
That’s the physical sorted, but for many, Isolation is going to be a challenge on mental wellbeing. Our elderly are about to be in lockdown for 4 months and those without any visiting relatives face a tough time indeed. However, I feel this generation are stronger than us. They faced the war. They faced rationing. They have this steely determination to live in the moment and take one day at a time no matter what life throws their way. My grandma suffers badly with dementia and although we’ll try to explain to her, she won’t understand. She’ll simply ask every day if she can go out. My grandad on the other hand (if he was still here) would have been another matter. His attitude would have been “I’ve been through worse kid”… He’d be the one honouring the self isolation meticulously and with complete preparation and a simple crossword. He would have paced the garden daily for exercise and shouted over the fence at his neighbour to see if they needed anything. He’d have used his time wisely fixing all sorts around the house and used the good old landline for lengthy chats and social interaction. I fear my generation and those younger won’t have such a steady attitude.
🚶♀️Daily walks with or without your dog are not banned, so why not get some fresh air. Keep a healthy distance from people, but feeling fresh air on your skin and seeing the outdoors can instantly lift your spirits
☎ Get back to using the phone for calls.. check in with friends, family and loved ones. Talk to them rather than text.
🤚🏻Sign up for online webinars and workouts that are live… TIP we have some at 7am every morning! So you can get that interaction you need from live sessions
📒Got a project you’ve always wanted to start and finish? Get a plan together and get going. Make this the most productive 2 weeks of your life
☀️ Believe it or not spring is on it’s way… dust off that gardening kit (if you have a garden) and start making it an epic tranquil place you just love to be
We have launched our online workout class, live webinars and live classes this week and they’ve been fantastic! These are new times ahead of us, but as the saying goes…
WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LEMONS, MAKE LEMONADE