aLPHAVETERANS AND HRD2KILL
To improve anyone's health, nutrition must be understood as one of the supporting pillars that support your body. Adequate intake of protein, vitamins, fat, water and phyto-nutrients will allow your body to reach its optimal state. Remember that eating is the most important thing you can do for yourself, every day, and you can pay the "farm" now, or pay the "pharm" (medication) later. Healthy eating and awareness of the food we eat can prevent many problems and even help with problems that are already apparent.
Before you start training, you need to understand the “why”. It can be as simple as wanting to lose 5 lbs on one side, to complete an Iron Man on the other, or even to fix a health problem. Everyone's goals are different, but must be well defined and targeted. This is the fundamental difference between exercise and training. Everyone should exercise every day, but not everyone works out every day. Developing a specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and on-time plan to achieve your goals will result in significant progress in achieving them. With the help of a good trainer, he will ensure that your personal goals are defined and that you have the tools necessary to move towards your goal.
Research has shown that paying attention (taking a moment during the day to listen to your thoughts and body, doing a 'full systems check') helps reduce stress hormone levels, improves acuity mental, decreases visceral fat and increases testosterone levels in men. It all takes 5 minutes a day. Disconnecting and tune in with yourself is a great way to start your day and a habit to incorporate into your daily morning routine. Leave your problems and negative thoughts aside, take the time to breathe and think positively, it will help your physical and mental health.
ATHENA: Alliance, tenacity, healthy lifestyles, exercise and authenticity were the things I was thinking about when I created a brand new personalized program and service for Canadian Armed Forces Veterans.
HRD2KILL Training Programs is proud to announce the first wave of registration for this new project open to female CAF veterans. If you know a veteran, stop everything, then go and share this blog with her right away. We only have a limited number of places.