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Myhealth Blog: How To Become Exercise Consistent

Hi and welcome to this week's 50 & Beyond Health & Wellbeing blog. Each week I will provide you with knowledge, tips, advice and recommendations to inspire you to sustain good metabolic health specific to being over 50. Chris Deavin, myHealthCoach

My Nutrition Advice; "One of the best things you can ask yourself about your nutrition is “How is this working for me?” If you are unhappy with the results it gives you, change it. Don’t go by what you are told about nutrition. Go by what your nutrition is telling you."

My Exercise Tip; "You will only achieve the fitness and strength you want if you stay in the game. No one has achieved a high level of fitness by tapping out and sitting on the sidelines."

My Lifestyle Suggestion; "You will only achieve happiness if what you believe in is in tune with what you do. You will only be consistent with your habits and actions if you believe they are worth doing. "

My Behaviour Recommendation; "How to simply shift your mindset; “I’m not hurting, I’m healing”. “I’m not losing, I’m learning”. Not everything will go to plan. Negative mindsets make them more challenging."


Struggling to stay consistent. Here are three ways I can help;

1. Take my free 50 & Beyond Health Audit and in 3 easy steps, find out what you should start doing today to gain control over your health, fitness and wellbeing.

2. Join one of my free 30-Day Habit Challenges to learn how to maintain good habits and achieve your desired health goals. The number one reason people fail to improve their health is not consistently sticking to the correct healthy habits.

3. Book a free one-to-one health call and have a chat about what specific and personalised health strategies are right for you and how I can personally help you finally achieve your health & wellness goals.

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Chris, myHealthCoach

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