There should be a warning that comes with getting a mortgage and buying a house.
Beware of the dangerous amount of stress levels.
Endless back and forth emails/phone calls.
It’s doing my head in at the minute and it takes a lot to stress me out.
Surely theres a better way of going about things!
Anyways when I was coaching this morning a great Bob Marley song came on the Radio with this belter line.
“Don’t worry about a thing because every little things gonna be alright”
Because everything will work its way out eventually.
It’s a mistake I see so many people make with their health and fitness.
Stressing about when to start training.
Stressing about what exercises to do.
Stressing about what to wear to the gym.
Stressing even about pointless things.
When in reality nobody cares about you (well apart from your mum)
Sorry if that hurt a little bit, but the quicker you realise whats holding your fitness back the better.
Here’s some more negative things stress will do to you.
1. It makes it difficult to control your emotions so you make poor decisions.
2. It can leave you with blinding headaches.
3. It can affect your body weight, testosterone levels and sexual desire.
4. It makes you pile on the pounds. Ever heard of emotional eating or when it comes to a Friday and all you can think about is scranning a pint and fish and chips
5. It makes you look older!
So if you worry or stress about training then don’t.
You wanna know the best way to combat it?
Good nutrition, exercise and keeping the mind calm.
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Joe Wear is a Strength and conditioning Coach based in Newcastle upon Tyne whose proven strategies from the past decade of coaching can help you re-gain your fitness, lose weight and get back to your best! Joe is certified by two of the leading strength and conditioning organisations in the world the United Kingdom strength and conditioning association (UKSCA) and the National strength and conditioning association (CSCS). He is a former professional footballer with Hartlepool united and achieved his exercise and sports science degree whilst on a football scholarship at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma USA.