Rethink your priorities
By focusing on what really matters on a fundamental level: your physical and mental health and well-being, you’ll find it easier to prioritize beneficial movements and activities and let go of useless waste of time and resources. Masu. You need to make this switch in your 40s and at your own timing. Remember, it’s never too late. Don’t let society dictate how you live your life. There is only one.do what you like
Think about your workouts in more abstract terms than in actual movements. What triggers endorphins? Maybe it’s spending time in nature. In that case, horseback riding or hiking will lift your spirits. For me, it’s nightclub-style, high-energy music and community, so being in the dark, surrounded by like-minded cheerleaders, and gyrating to a thumping soundtrack never hurts. I don’t feel it.get Z
For me, sleep is the most important component of a healthy life. If I get it right, I’ll feel better, get out of bed earlier, and exercise harder. Nutritional choices also come from fueling your body, rather than chasing destructive cycles of high and low carbohydrates to overcome fatigue. The bad news is that you’ll have to sacrifice late-night socializing (most of the time!), but fitness and camaraderie go hand-in-hand if you find a workout tribe that becomes your community. If you get proper sleep, your fitness and nutrition will follow.View this post on Instagram A post shared by Louise Nichol (@louisenichol) find your rhythm
Time of day is key. Are you a morning person or a night owl? I have to work on it first and have set myself up to do that every day. I go to the gym first thing every day, from the time I go to bed early until I drop off my child at school. Eventually, it will become like brushing your teeth, an important part of your daily life that you don’t have to think about. If I have to choose between exercising and washing my hair, I’m going to exercise (and grab some dry shampoo!).don’t skip breakfast
Start your day with protein. I eat eggs, smoked salmon, full-fat cottage cheese, avocado, and cherry tomatoes for breakfast every day. Protein and healthy fats keep your blood sugar stable and prevent energy spikes while keeping you full.spend wisely
We have limited time and money, and the wellness industry has a responsibility to extract both from us. Before you spend time or money on a treatment that may or may not actually work, take a step back and consider whether you might be better served by simply going for a walk or run on the beach while listening to a podcast.