It is important to stay active during this raining and cold mix weather seasons if you want to achieve your health and fitness goals. Most of the time in this type of condition, your muscles are obviously cold and tighter and your body become uncomfortable, a kind of feeling tired for exercise.
HEALTH: Your body is a complex machine that requires the right fuel to keep it running at full efficiency. The good news is that you don’t need expensive super foods or fancy supplements to achieve this; a simple balance of complex carbohydrates, proteins and good fats will do the job. By simply sticking to natural foods and steering clear of junk food you’ll feel more energised and find your body runs much more effectively.
EXERCISE: Just 30 minutes of daily physical exercise can burn an extra 1,500 calories per week; this totals 39,000 calories (the equivalent to over 11lb of fat) over 6 months. If you think this sounds difficult to achieve, try thinking of as many ways as possible to keep your body moving. Get outside for some fresh air at least a couple of times a day, walk up and down escalators, park the car further out of town, use the stairs instead of the lift and walk for a bit longer to get your lunch. It all helps!
NUTRITION: A healthy, balanced diet is simple: aim to fill half your plate at lunch and dinner with salad and/or vegetables (such as steamed broccoli or mixed peppers roasted in olive oil), a quarter with protein (such as lean meat, lentils or oily fish) and a quarter with wholegrain carbs (such as brown rice, wholemeal pasta or quinoa). Follow this approach every day and you can’t go too far wrong. "Info collected from experts in Gym and Sport"