Routine is as important as ever. It will give your day some purpose especially in this time of uncertainty. With reports, and rules changing thick and fast, you need to find some normality in what you are doing on a day-to-day basis. Not only for your physically health, but your mental wellbeing as-well.


Remember when you knew when you were working out, and what you were training? Well take that same approach, and apply it to a different setting. Swap your heavy compound lifts, and sweaty gym sessions, with conditioning circuits and zoom workouts (you can even join our LIVE CLASSES – link below). And best part, work these workouts in that same time as before. If you’ve developed the habit of getting up at 5:30am for a 6:00pm workout…than it shouldn’t be an issue.


If you missed our last blog about ‘managing your intake without a gym’ read that first. Create a new routine, with the same food groups and remember you might not be moving as much as you previously were, so you need to take that into consideration.


They might have stopped large social gathers, but as of Friday they will be lessoning some of these restrictions. Even with this in place over the next 48hours, you can still use these great social media platforms to stay connected with everyone – if you haven’t already organise a ZOOM, or FACE-TIME virtual session. These are an easy and inexpensive way to keep in touch, and make sure everyone is doing ok.


Don’t forget about yourself. You still need ‘me time’. Your time to relax, do yoga, walks, and or mediate. Find 5, 10 or 15min of each to do something mindful. With so much uncertainty, stresses and anxieties higher than ever, you should really make this a priority in your daily life.

Routine is as important as ever. You need to reassess your current situation and make the changes to your day for your overall health and wellbeing. It is time if you haven’t already, to take control. Need help or have questions about our lives and other coaching options click on the link below or email me


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