Festive Health and Fitness – Offsetting the damage this Christmas and New Year

Staying on top of your Festive Fitness

So, its official! Christmas is just around the corner making this THE month for work parties, get-togethers and outings. Festive season can disrupt even the most consistent of fitness regimes. Use the following tips to avoid slipping off the training schedule and as a way to offset the food/booze fest.

Easy way to stay hydrated

Hydration is easy

It’s simple. To maintain optimum health and physical fitness:
• Drink fluids
• Regularly
• Preferably non caffeinated (but still counts)
• Eat water rich foods often. Vegetables and fruits (preferably low in sugar) are great to keep hydrated
• Avoid dehydration during a workout by drinking a glass of water an hour before training, during the workout as required and within an hour of finishing.

See you at the studio soon.

With healthy wishes,

Dmitri and the team.

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5 Reasons to Drink Less Coffee

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