I shared a new workout idea with our #F619sweatCLUB this morning, and maybe you’ve tried something similar before! (Read to the end to see it!)
It’s called a #TRIGGERworkout or #Intermittentworkout!
And I believe it’s a great way to increase your overall DAILY activity if you’re having a difficult time with a consistent workout time during quarantine because of
- caring for loved ones
- extra work hours
- no equipment
And so on!!
In addition to creating routines, there are some everyday choices that can also help us improve our sleep quality. And all of them line up with our daily #SWEATgoals!
1- Be grateful.
Take some time to write 1-3 things you’re thankful for. You can write in a journal, a blog or just your notes on your phone. Being grateful fosters tranquility and help you rest better.
2- Eat early & eat light. (timed nutrition & eat clean)
Going to bed with a full stomach can disrupt your sleep. So aim to have your last meal within 2-3 hrs of bedtime. If possible, also try to make it your lightest meal of the day since your energy needs will be less as you sleep.
3- Be active. (active lifestyle)
Moving your body releases a chemical called adenosine in the brain that promotes sleepiness. This doesn’t necessarily mean you need to workout before bed, but studies show that being active overall will improve deep sleep, and even the duration of your sleep!
4- Hydrate. (water)
Hydration will improve your body's circulation while you sleep, as well as prevent night cramps and thirst.
How is your sleep quality?
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A Jesus girl who desires to honor God with my everyday choices! I love my family, sweating with my friends, and anything chocolate!
Every week, we focus on a Scripture & Sweat Goal in efforts to train ourselves to honor God with our bodies and our everyday choices. We refer to these as our weekly #FAITHfocus & #FITfocus.
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Do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit?
You are not your own. You were bought with a price.
Therefore, Honor God with your body.
1 Corinthians 6:19, 20