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A Professional Speaker Tells of the Worst Ways to Abandon Wellbeing

Professional speakers know eating healthy when sick is key to maintaining wellbeing.

A professional speaker knows that eating healthy when you are sick is important to maintaining your well being.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

There’s plenty of literature on how to maintain your well being successfully, but are you aware of some of the ways you may be sabotaging your efforts? Professional speaker Andy Core has learned from his bad habits and has a few tips to share.

Not Eating As Healthy As You Can As Often As You Can

No matter if you’re feeling like you’re on top of the world or sick as a dog, try to maintain your heating habits. Of course, if you’ve have the flu, go easy, but it’s still no reason to indulge in fatty and sugary foods 24/7 during that period. Research has shown that as long as you can hold the food down when you’re sick, you’re fine to eat it.

Drinking Too Heavily

Red wine has been shown to lower the risks of heart disease… but not at several glasses a day. Examine your reasons for drinking and try not to go overboard. As a professional speaker, waking up hung over keeps you from being your best and also makes you feel less motivated to stick to your normal and healthy habits.

Ignoring Your Body’s Sleep Needs

Just because you’re an adult now doesn’t mean that you automatically get a free pass on a good night’s sleep. Adults typically need 7-9 hours of sleep per night, only a little less than their teenage selves.

By learning from the mistakes of a professional speaker, you can much more easily maintain your usual high standard of well being.

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How To Maintain Your Sleeping Schedule

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

It is crucial that you get synced with your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle!

It is crucial that you get synced with
your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle!

In order to maintain the timings during which you get your sleep every day, it is crucial that you get synced with your body’s natural sleep cycle

Set a regular bedtime. Aim to go head to bed at the same time every day. Figure out the point of time during a day at which you feel exhausted and try hitting the bed around that time. Also, do your best not to break the routine by staying up late during the weekends. Moreover, if you need to change the timings at which you go to bed usually, then do it by letting your body adapt to the new timings gradually. Keep increasing or decreasing half hour from your usual timings every other day until your body is able to synchronize to the timings you’re hoping to adhere to.

If you feel sleepy earlier than your usual bedtime

At times you may find yourself getting really drowsy way before your regular bedtime. During such instances, you can beat the sleepiness by engaging in any sort of activity that will help to stimulate your brain for example playing a video game, talking to a friend over the phone etc. If you give in to the drowsiness, you may wake up later in the night and have trouble getting back to sleep.

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Learn How to Pace Your Exercise Routines

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Pacing your exercise will help you to avoid injuries!

Pacing your exercise will
help you to avoid injuries!

In order to pace your activities aim to follow the guideline presented below:

Set an Intensity Level: Figure out the total span of exercise you are able to do without exerting yourself or having to face any physical repercussion. For instance you could utilize a pedometer-a device that is able to measure the distance walked; and a heart rate monitor to measure the intensity you are able to work at. This way you’ll be able to calculate the amount of exercise you can easily incorporate and do on a regular basis.

Start with the bare minimum: Start with the lowest level of exercise and aim to increase it gradually so that your body is able to adapt to the routine easily without having adverse effects.

Spread out your time of activity: Try engaging in physical activity daily for a time period that will allow you to repeat the routine easily the following day. Do not exhaust yourself or go all out in just one long session. Spreading your workout will benefit your cardiovascular health immensely and with time will increase your stamina too.

Find a balance: Learn to balance between exercise and rest during every session. This is typically known as interval training. Interval training is when you engage your body in a physical activity for short amount of time and alternate it with resting periods. Training this way will help you to avoid injuries and overtraining.

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How to Stick To an Exercise Regimena

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

There are several ways in which you can adhere to an exercise routine

There are several ways in which you can adhere to an exercise routine

In order to exercise regularly, it helps if you work out a plan for your sessions. Here are some tips on how to adhere to an exercise routine.

Set some goals.

Make it a habit to set some realistic goals regularly. Make sure these are goals that can be measured easily and constantly. Make sure not to weigh yourself everyday as its normal for your weight to fluctuate daily. One a week would suffice.

Make exercise a priority.

We are all aware of the health benefits that exercise can provide us with such as get rid of excess weight, feel healthier, look better, augment energy levels etc. So if you want to acquire these benefits, make the commitment to exercise regularly.

Keep an activity diary.

 Make a diary for your exercise sessions. This could include the time period for how long your sessions were, how many calories you burned, which activities you should be doing and you did manage to do etc. Moreover, you could also set up some weekly goals and assign some justifiable rewards, if you do manage to accomplish those goals.

Keep some room for setbacks.

 If by chance you can’t complete  a session or miss out on one, be prepared beforehand to make modifications to your weekly routine so that they can make up for the missed sessions.

 

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3 Tips on How to Make Exercise More Enjoyable

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

Try making your exercise routines lively and fun

Try making your exercise routines lively and fun

Any form of exercise regimen that you take up, should be something that you truly enjoy and look forward to doing every day. In order to stick to your routine, exercise should not be seen as a chore but rather as something fun. Mentioned below are a few tips on how to make exercise more enjoyable.

Find a workout buddy

Working out with a friend, a personal trainer or a family member can not only make exercise much more fun but will also keep you motivated. You are more likely to commit to your routine that you otherwise might not stick to.

Join a local gym.

Scheduling regular training session with gym trainer can be an effective way to acquire support. Moreover, you’ll be surrounded by a group of people with the same goals which can be a source of encouragement and a way to socialize as well.

Find different activities or classes to engage in.

Currently there are a range of exercise classes that are available for you to join. For instance, you can look into joining Zumba, Pilates, yoga, Cross-fit, dancing classes and so on. To prevent boredom, look into joining multiple classes.

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