Detox and Fitness Guide
It’s January again and for lots of us, that usually means a whole host of health-related resolutions – lose weight, eat healthily, give up alcohol, exercise more – Kickboxing and Martial Arts dojos and gyms everywhere will no doubt be packed with calorie deficient people suddenly training several times a week in their pursuit of a fitter, slimmer, healthier version of themselves.
This is all great in theory but in practice, we often launch ourselves into a strict new regime, only to fall off the wagon in spectacular style by February. Sudden and dramatic changes to our usual habits don’t tend to stick around long, because we often feel deprived, tired and frustrated by the lack of food and of immediate visible changes to our bodies.
This year, Louise O’Driscoll, Xen-Do Kickboxing and Martial Arts affiliated Holistic Health Coach, suggests a more measured approach that doesn’t feel quite as much of a shock, one that is more nourishing and enjoyable and gradual – and therefore hopefully more sustainable, and which should hopefully leave you not only looking better but feeling it too.
Xen-Do Affiliate – Louise O’Driscoll
How about making your resolution to make changes to improve your health by adopting one or two new habits a week throughout January and see how long you can keep them up? Assuming that you feel the benefits and they aren’t too onerous, you could then keep adding to those habits through the rest of the year. Remember, commitment is the first step to success and with three Kickboxing and Martial Arts Clubs in London, Xen-Do is there to support you to become fit for the life you want to lead.
”Xen-Do is more than a Kickboxing and Martial Arts Club,” says Dai Master Raf, ”Xen-Do is a Holistic way of life where we balance fitness and healthy living with becoming the beautiful Martial Arts warrior in our attitudes and behaviour. I realise that people need support and guidance to achieve this and that is why Xen-Do continues to invest in the best Kickboxing and Martial Arts facilities, training systems and lifestyle support for our students.”
This article is based on opinion:
– the author is not a qualified doctor or anyone who can dispense medical advice.
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