Allow Your Inner Athlete To Sparkle
When I was working with personal training clients in their homes, I developed the idea of helping my beginner clients to Focus On Allowing Your Inner Athlete To Sparkle For Your Best Life.
You see I realized that we all live much of our lives on teams whether we realize it or not. Our family is a team. We have teams at work, we play on teams in our sports, and we have a network of friends, and colleagues that can be considered our team.
All of these examples of our teams are a variety of people that are on our side supporting us through our life journey. And yet if we don’t see ourselves in some way as athletes on these teams, we might struggle more than we need to.
An athlete is simply one that participates in some kind of sport or physical exercise.
Simply said, an inner athlete is a mindset that is focused on physical activity and healthy practices. It is about setting our plan/goals and working towards them, committing to regular exercise, and finding enjoyment in physical activity. It is also about pushing yourself to improve and do new things.
To be your best inner athlete in your everyday life, you can begin by setting specific, achievable goals for yourself. This could be starting a daily walking practice, joining a fitness class, training for a race, lifting a certain amount of weight, or simply being able to do a certain number of push-ups.
Find an activity that you enjoy and make a commitment to doing it regularly. Share your goals and progress with friends, family, or a coach who can provide encouragement and accountability. And don't be afraid to mix things up and try new workouts or sports.
By adopting an inner athlete mindset, you can establish a healthy, active lifestyle that will benefit you both physically and mentally.
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If you've been following us for a while you know we enjoy walking as a part of our daily fitness practice. What we know for sure is that walking is the link to living a healthy and vibrant life. We believe walking inspires the mind, activates the body, and nourishes the soul.
We have found that an intentional walking practice has helped us with our daily thinking practice as well. What we know for sure is that walking outdoors will help improve how you feel, and your brain power and definitely help reduce stress. Walking in the morning is best and not only does it feel good, but it helps with your sleep at night and that helps with your brain power.
“Research shows that regular walking actually modifies your nervous system so much that you’ll experience a decrease in anger and hostility,” she says, especially when you're going for a stroll through some greenery or soaking in a bit of sunlight. This can be particularly helpful during the colder months when seasonal depression spikes. (source: Here- https://www.geelongmedicalgroup.com.au/2018/11/7-incredible-health-benefits-of-walking-30-minutes-a-day )
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We have outsourced our lifestyle for way too long!