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‘Cleaning it up,’ as they say, is the process of cleaning-up, removing, or changing some aspects of our lives that were not serving us.

If the pandemic didn’t assist in any way, for some of us it was a chance to examine what wasn’t working, so that once we start living a more normal life, we won’t make the same mistakes we used to.

And now I wanted to share some of my mistakes / errors /mis-conceptions…

And one of the main ones was to attempt to multitask.

I’m not sure whether it’s the same for you, but I know many individuals who believe that the more they smash things into one other, the more things they do in a short period of time, the better.

One of the things I used to do was try to read anything on the laptop while listening to some conversation in my ears.
Or probably even worse to eat whilst still working on my laptop.

The same thing happens if, for example, you are Exercising, but are constantly checking out your phone. This is a mistake that we see in many gyms, where several people are supposedly performing a ‘workout, only to realise that they are spending / have spent more time on their phone than exercising.

And that is one of the reasons why we highlight how much better it is to have a coach, whether it is online, or whether it is in a studio, to have a coach; to keep you fully focused on the exercises you are performing, rather than anything else happening in the world, for your optimal results.

So here’s my suggestion for today:

Back to life outside the Studio, I believe it’s still Imperative to Determine our priorities. So, if I want or can accomplish ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’ right now, which of the ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’ is the most important?

Which of these should I prioritise? Which are the most time sensitive?
And regardless of how busy they get or they are, it’s not surprising at all that world leaders, such as presidents and prime ministers who purposely create time for their exercise routine.

Is it because they have nothing better to do? They have a lot to do, I guess, and probably a real lot indeed. But they understand how vital it is for their mind, body, attitude, and even their leadership that they perform their exercise.

For the general public, it is typically suggested that we dedicate just 30 minutes, at least 3 times a week of moderate to intensive exercising. Talk about return for your invested time!

The return on your investment, will probably include: feeling, looking, operating and sleeping better, feeling and acting calmer, and to set an example to those around us, especially our loved ones who are watching.

If we truly want to be a fitter and healthier country, it’s about taking responsibility of our own individual health & fitness first.

Real strength is; mental health, physical health and the state of our quality of life.
That is the kind of strength that most of us desire for the population of our country.

Wishing you health and happiness

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