Changing Your Mindset


Hi everyone, Ruby here I hope you're having a great start to 2022. Have you made any new year resolutions for this year? I've noticed lots of adverts promoting diet and fitness whether on TV, in magazines, billboards or popping up on my phone. How do these adverts make you feel? I know I'm still enjoying a few Christmas chocolates in my school packed lunch; they're never ending!

I feel it's better to change a few things that you know you'll be able to stick to rather than switching to an unrealistic diet and fitness plan. Think positive, choose to walk a little further, cut back on that extra biscuit and enjoy trying new fruits and vegetables. Personally, I enjoy bike riding and like to take my football so I can have a kick about over the park to improve my skills. Although, the weathers cold and you may feel rather reluctant to go outside, trust me, you'll feel so much better afterwards. Download the free App called Nike Training Club, it's great for beginners and includes five-minute workouts, yoga, stretches, nutrition and wellness help advice plus you don't need any equipment to get started. 

Maybe drink a little more water, I always start the day with a glass with my breakfast so I'm not dehydrated. Get a little more activity in. Instead of taking the lift, take the stairs, just do a little more, because all of those healthy habits will eventually build up and they create big results.


"Healthy habits, healthy heart" 


Ruby Xx