Lionspear Active Blog
Are you a TATT person? Is TATT your reality? Don’t know what TATT even is? TATT is the acronym for Tired All the Time, and this is an issue for a lot of people (there’s even a name for it!).
This month we are all about motivation! How to get motivated, what to do when you’ve lost motivation – how to rekindle that flame – and how to keep the fire burning…
Each of us has, at some time or other, used an excuse to avoid exercising. We usually tell ourselves that we don’t have enough time, that we didn’t sleep well, we don’t really know what to do, or that the slight headache you are experiencing means you should rest… but these are all just excuses and not actual reasons why we miss out on a workout.
So, January has come and gone, and with it, all the promises and intent of a healthier and happier 2019. Suddenly your New Year’s resolutions are not so easy to stick to any more.
All of us have preconceived notions about how the world works. For most topics we feel that we have a general understanding of what make sense to us, and we consider those opinions to be our truth.
We are all familiar with the process of deciding to change, deciding on a goal we want to achieve, and then going for that goal with every piece of will power that we’ve got.
There is an epidemic that affects most of us without even realising it. It causes doubt in self value, devalues health and can lead to serious mental health problems if left unchecked.
Often when travelling or being away from home on holiday, it feels as though all structure and rules go out the window:
I’m sure you have heard that water is the health guru’s secret weapon – the old standard, “drink two litres of water a day” is, after all, one of the most well-known tips in the journey to getting fit.
Let’s swallow our pride, and learn to stomach the truth, because today’s discussion focusses on just that: the oesophagus and stomach