Getting fit is not just about what you do; it’s about how you do it.
To set yourself up for success, invest a bit more time into making sure you’re fully equipped for your workout. As the saying goes; by failing to prepare, you’re preparing to fail.
Wearing the correct shoes for your sport or exercise can help protect you against discomfort and injury, so you should always ensure that your workout footwear has shock absoprtion, cushioning, a flexible sole and sufficient stability.
Feet swell over the course of the day and expand while you run or walk, so always shop for trainers at the end of the day to ensure they fit your feet when they’re at their largest.
Make your healthy cooking efforts pay off throughout the week by dividing a large serving of food into individual portions, packaged in single-serving containers.
The mini-meals you create will be easy to access when you’re in a hurry and much better for you than anything you’d grab while on the run.
© Sarah West Nutrition