Never heard of it before?
One of my clients was saying on a Friday everyone (except for him) orders a chinese for lunch.
I mean holy hell.
I’m guessing not much work gets done on a Friday afternoon.
Strange how we seem to promote that way of living in Britain.
Where it’s frowned upon if you choose foods that will bost your energy not zap it.
Don’t get me wrong I enjoy the odd take away.
But surely there’s a time and a place.
Being at work not being one of those.
Surely you go to work to make money.
Being in a food comer for 1/2 a day will produce very little.
Just the truth.
What you can do is try and get your nutrition right the majority of the time.
Then of course enjoy the odd take away.
I don’t get how eating healthy has to be classed as boring.
In the Elite Racket Fitness programme there’s recipes and food ideas to keep you on track.
You can book a place here
I’ll put this bluntly only cos i care.
If you constantly eat rubbish you feel rubbish.
^^^^read that again^^^^
After a busy week it’s important to relax and enjoy the weekends.
Key word being enjoy.
If you get your training, nutrition and lifestyle in order.
The weight drops off faster than Usain Bolt in the olympics.
P.S If you don’t think it’s right for you why not recommend it to a friend?https://www.joewear.co.uk/free-coaching-session/
P.P.S After getting a couple messages about the new TV show I was talking about yesterday and forgetting to let you know what it was it’s called Blindspot 🙂
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.