How to set yourself up for success

WHO's 12-Week Challenge diaries unveiled!
How to set yourself up for success
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In Week 4 of our WHO 12-Week Challenge, four participants open their Challenge Diaries and share tips to help you on your own way to a new summer body.

 

CHARLOTTE

TIP: KEEP HYDRATED

“I make sure I drink at least 4 litres of water per day with a pinch of Himalayan salt. The salt has 90+ different minerals which are great for electrolytes - especially as I am sweating so much at the gym.” 

 

LIV 

TIP: PUNCH IT OUT

“Boxing is the ultimate in stress release. I have also never had such an amazing cardio workout as I have with boxing in a small group, where we punch each other’s pads and our own bags, gently by the way—I discovered boxing is not so much about how hard you punch, but about how skillfully you land a blow.”

 

BEC

TIP: SMALL AND SMART

“My nutrition plan is so suited to me—six smaller meals per day with options for healthy food on the go when I don’t have time to prepare meals in advance.  This plan sees me eating lots of clean, wholesome, healthy food and allows for treats so I don’t feel like I need to “blow out” on weekends.”

EMILY

TIP: STEP UP!

On non-workout days, “I keep my step count up through incidental exercise. I get off the train three stops early, walk to the bus stop and jog during my lunch break.  Am thrilled to look down at my wrist and see 20,000 steps!”

 

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