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Get ready for a healthier lifestyle in 2022

We spoke to Kelly Briggs – personal trainer, sports massage therapist and Reiki practitioner – about her tips to get you started for a healthier New Year!

1. WATER (H20)

My first tip is to stay hydrated and drink more water, generally between 2-4 litres depending upon your activity levels. Why is this my no.1 suggestion to clients? Well, here are just some of the amazing benefits:

  • Some evidence suggests increased water intake can promote weight loss by increasing your metabolism, which can increase the number of calories you burn on a daily basis.
  • Increases energy levels and relieves fatigue – since your brain is mostly water, drinking it helps you think, focus, concentrate better and be more alert.
  • Aids Digestion
  • Improves skin complexion
  • Boosts Immune System (which we most certainly need right now)
  • Flushes out Toxins
  • Prevents dehydration and believe it or not, our bodies are approximately two thirds water – WOW

2. NUTRITION

My second tip is to think about your intake of food and drink, are your portion sizes huge and your daily intake of alcohol or fizzy pop/sugary drinks too high? Perhaps, consider using a smaller plate for dinner and think about what you are putting on your plate ie. Lean proteins, carbohydrates and good fats? Proteins such as: lean meat, fish, eggs, cheese, tofu, beans, lentils & more; carbohydrates such as: wholegrain rice, wholewheat pasta, potatoes, quinoa, freekeh; good fats such as: avocado, raw whole nuts, seeds, olive oil and olives. Regularly check food labels and check the amber, green and red symbols – if salt or sugar are in the red, I’d most definitely reconsider that product and look for an alternative.

3. MOVE MORE AND SIT LESS

My third tip is get up and get moving! Physical activity is not only good for mental health but can also significantly lower your lifetime risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Even small amounts of moderate activity give you healthy benefits. Just 150 minutes of exercise per week can help boost your mood, improve self-esteem, and decrease stress, anxiety, and depression.

It’s that time of year to set new goals and set a new exercise regime. If you think you would benefit from a structured exercise plan and/or nutritional advice then please contact:-

Kelly Briggs @ KB Fitness Mobile
Personal Trainer, Sports Massage Therapist and Reiki Practioner
The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMPSA)
Based in Brentwood, Essex
FB : www.facebook.com/kbfitnessmobile/
INST: Instagram.com/kbfitnessmobile
Email: info@kbfitnessmobile.co.uk
Mobile: 07956445704

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Get ready for a healthier lifestyle in 2022

We spoke to Kelly Briggs – personal trainer, sports massage therapist and Reiki practitioner – about her tips to get you started for a healthier New Year!

1. WATER (H20)

My first tip is to stay hydrated and drink more water, generally between 2-4 litres depending upon your activity levels. Why is this my no.1 suggestion to clients? Well, here are just some of the amazing benefits:

  • Some evidence suggests increased water intake can promote weight loss by increasing your metabolism, which can increase the number of calories you burn on a daily basis.
  • Increases energy levels and relieves fatigue – since your brain is mostly water, drinking it helps you think, focus, concentrate better and be more alert.
  • Aids Digestion
  • Improves skin complexion
  • Boosts Immune System (which we most certainly need right now)
  • Flushes out Toxins
  • Prevents dehydration and believe it or not, our bodies are approximately two thirds water – WOW

2. NUTRITION

My second tip is to think about your intake of food and drink, are your portion sizes huge and your daily intake of alcohol or fizzy pop/sugary drinks too high? Perhaps, consider using a smaller plate for dinner and think about what you are putting on your plate ie. Lean proteins, carbohydrates and good fats? Proteins such as: lean meat, fish, eggs, cheese, tofu, beans, lentils & more; carbohydrates such as: wholegrain rice, wholewheat pasta, potatoes, quinoa, freekeh; good fats such as: avocado, raw whole nuts, seeds, olive oil and olives. Regularly check food labels and check the amber, green and red symbols – if salt or sugar are in the red, I’d most definitely reconsider that product and look for an alternative.

3. MOVE MORE AND SIT LESS

My third tip is get up and get moving! Physical activity is not only good for mental health but can also significantly lower your lifetime risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Even small amounts of moderate activity give you healthy benefits. Just 150 minutes of exercise per week can help boost your mood, improve self-esteem, and decrease stress, anxiety, and depression.

It’s that time of year to set new goals and set a new exercise regime. If you think you would benefit from a structured exercise plan and/or nutritional advice then please contact:-

Kelly Briggs @ KB Fitness Mobile
Personal Trainer, Sports Massage Therapist and Reiki Practioner
The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMPSA)
Based in Brentwood, Essex
FB : www.facebook.com/kbfitnessmobile/
INST: Instagram.com/kbfitnessmobile
Email: info@kbfitnessmobile.co.uk
Mobile: 07956445704

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Get ready for a healthier lifestyle in 2022

We spoke to Kelly Briggs – personal trainer, sports massage therapist and Reiki practitioner – about her tips to get you started for a healthier New Year!

1. WATER (H20)

My first tip is to stay hydrated and drink more water, generally between 2-4 litres depending upon your activity levels. Why is this my no.1 suggestion to clients? Well, here are just some of the amazing benefits:

  • Some evidence suggests increased water intake can promote weight loss by increasing your metabolism, which can increase the number of calories you burn on a daily basis.
  • Increases energy levels and relieves fatigue – since your brain is mostly water, drinking it helps you think, focus, concentrate better and be more alert.
  • Aids Digestion
  • Improves skin complexion
  • Boosts Immune System (which we most certainly need right now)
  • Flushes out Toxins
  • Prevents dehydration and believe it or not, our bodies are approximately two thirds water – WOW

2. NUTRITION

My second tip is to think about your intake of food and drink, are your portion sizes huge and your daily intake of alcohol or fizzy pop/sugary drinks too high? Perhaps, consider using a smaller plate for dinner and think about what you are putting on your plate ie. Lean proteins, carbohydrates and good fats? Proteins such as: lean meat, fish, eggs, cheese, tofu, beans, lentils & more; carbohydrates such as: wholegrain rice, wholewheat pasta, potatoes, quinoa, freekeh; good fats such as: avocado, raw whole nuts, seeds, olive oil and olives. Regularly check food labels and check the amber, green and red symbols – if salt or sugar are in the red, I’d most definitely reconsider that product and look for an alternative.

3. MOVE MORE AND SIT LESS

My third tip is get up and get moving! Physical activity is not only good for mental health but can also significantly lower your lifetime risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Even small amounts of moderate activity give you healthy benefits. Just 150 minutes of exercise per week can help boost your mood, improve self-esteem, and decrease stress, anxiety, and depression.

It’s that time of year to set new goals and set a new exercise regime. If you think you would benefit from a structured exercise plan and/or nutritional advice then please contact:-

Kelly Briggs @ KB Fitness Mobile
Personal Trainer, Sports Massage Therapist and Reiki Practioner
The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMPSA)
Based in Brentwood, Essex
FB : www.facebook.com/kbfitnessmobile/
INST: Instagram.com/kbfitnessmobile
Email: info@kbfitnessmobile.co.uk
Mobile: 07956445704

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Get ready for a healthier lifestyle in 2022

We spoke to Kelly Briggs – personal trainer, sports massage therapist and Reiki practitioner – about her tips to get you started for a healthier New Year!

1. WATER (H20)

My first tip is to stay hydrated and drink more water, generally between 2-4 litres depending upon your activity levels. Why is this my no.1 suggestion to clients? Well, here are just some of the amazing benefits:

  • Some evidence suggests increased water intake can promote weight loss by increasing your metabolism, which can increase the number of calories you burn on a daily basis.
  • Increases energy levels and relieves fatigue – since your brain is mostly water, drinking it helps you think, focus, concentrate better and be more alert.
  • Aids Digestion
  • Improves skin complexion
  • Boosts Immune System (which we most certainly need right now)
  • Flushes out Toxins
  • Prevents dehydration and believe it or not, our bodies are approximately two thirds water – WOW

2. NUTRITION

My second tip is to think about your intake of food and drink, are your portion sizes huge and your daily intake of alcohol or fizzy pop/sugary drinks too high? Perhaps, consider using a smaller plate for dinner and think about what you are putting on your plate ie. Lean proteins, carbohydrates and good fats? Proteins such as: lean meat, fish, eggs, cheese, tofu, beans, lentils & more; carbohydrates such as: wholegrain rice, wholewheat pasta, potatoes, quinoa, freekeh; good fats such as: avocado, raw whole nuts, seeds, olive oil and olives. Regularly check food labels and check the amber, green and red symbols – if salt or sugar are in the red, I’d most definitely reconsider that product and look for an alternative.

3. MOVE MORE AND SIT LESS

My third tip is get up and get moving! Physical activity is not only good for mental health but can also significantly lower your lifetime risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Even small amounts of moderate activity give you healthy benefits. Just 150 minutes of exercise per week can help boost your mood, improve self-esteem, and decrease stress, anxiety, and depression.

It’s that time of year to set new goals and set a new exercise regime. If you think you would benefit from a structured exercise plan and/or nutritional advice then please contact:-

Kelly Briggs @ KB Fitness Mobile
Personal Trainer, Sports Massage Therapist and Reiki Practioner
The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMPSA)
Based in Brentwood, Essex
FB : www.facebook.com/kbfitnessmobile/
INST: Instagram.com/kbfitnessmobile
Email: info@kbfitnessmobile.co.uk
Mobile: 07956445704

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