Last week I was in a rut. I had a great weekend, completing a fun run with great company but for some reason on Monday I just felt flat and low. I wasn’t sick but during the week I struggled to get myself out of bed, didn’t want to do any physical activity and had on and off headaches. All I felt like doing was lying on the couch and eating rubbish. As someone who should know better you would think that is enough motivation to get up and move?! By the end of the week I had successfully thought about going for a walk. Not even close to the recommended daily exercise guidelines. Read More
This weekend when you have nothing to do and it is cold and rainy outside, watch this great video about how something so small can make such a HUGE difference to your health! In this day and age we tend to make things so complicated when really it can be as simple as you choose.
I need an Exercise Physiologist and so do you. I didn’t realise that my muscles had weakened as much as they had over the years. I accepted the fact that things would not be the same but it seemed to happen very quickly after the age of 50. The most difficult thing I was experiencing was the fast heart beat and discomfort associated with menopausal hot flushes.