- THE IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE
You probably have some idea that regular exercise is good for you, otherwise you would not have bought this guide. Congratulations! You’ve taken the first step on your new journey! You will never regret having started exercising. Amongst the myriad of benefits of exercise, you can start to look forward to:
- Better Sleep.
- Better Stress Management.
- Weight loss (if that’s your goal).
- Better self-image & confidence.
- Less illness / disease.
- Better energy levels.
- More zest for life!
NUTRITION & HYDRATION
With the addition of exercise to your day, you will find your body’s requirements for nutrition will change. You will also need to increase your water intake to support your body. Below is a simple way to immediately support your body better.
Most of us have at least a sense of what foods & drinks are good for us, and what is bad for us: The simplest way to modify your eating is to use your common sense, and follow the More- Less- Start- Stop principle:
- MORE of the “good things” – vegetables, more protein, more water, etc.
- LESS of the “bad things” – sugars, processed foods, fast foods, fizzy drinks, starches, fatty foods.
- START ONE thing you know is good for you, but that you haven’t been doing- salads, nuts, vitamin supplements.
- STOP ONE thing that you know is bad for your body.
Supplementing your diet with good quality Vitamin & Mineral supplements is a great way to conveniently optimize your nutrient intake. Contact IPS Health & Wellness on 010 140 6700 or firstname.lastname@example.org for guidance on the correct supplements for your needs.
OVERVIEW OF THE IPS GO! WORKOUT
This workout is designed specifically as a “low impact basic routine” and anyone without specific medical challenges should be able to perform the basic exercises presented in the program. If you are struggling with the form or execution of any exercise, you are welcome to email email@example.com for some tips & guidance.
- There are three components to your workout:
- The Warmup.
- The Main Routine.
- The Cool-down or Stretch.
The full program takes about 25 minutes to complete.