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Welcome to my first monthly newsletter. First I would like to say a huge thank you to those who support me; your encouragement and feedback means more than you can know. My career objective is to INSPIRE and MAKE A DIFFERENCE in others' lives, and you are part of what makes what I do so rewardable, why I love and will continue doing what I do!
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This month in the 'Training' section, the focus is on core training, and how you can strengthen your core for better functionality and overall fitness.
In this month's 'Nutrition' section, I share for the first time a recipe for the delicious and healthy muesli my Mum used to make when I was younger, that can be used for breakfast or as part of any of your meals during the day.
If there is something that you would like to see in this newsletter, please feel free to contact me to share your thoughts and ideas, and I will be happy to include them in future editions.
Let's make this month one to remember!
A strong core is needed to balance out the lower back, as well as being important for balance and stability.
The term "abs" is often incorrectly used interchangeably with the term "core". Your "abs" are just your abdominal section (i.e. upper and lower abs and obliques); your "core" is the entire area, front and back, from your hips to your shoulder-blades.
Whilst exercises for the upper, lower and oblique abdominals are vital for building core strength and stability, even more important exercises to focus on are compound, multijoint exercises, such as the squat and deadlift, where the core is used to maintain posture and stabilization. Compound multijoint exercises incorporated into a training programme that includes circuits will help increase not just cardiovascular fitness, but muscular endurance and strength as well, components essential to overall fitness.
Compound exercises are also great for functionality, since the full body will recruit more motor units than working either just the upper or lower body alone. The more motor units recruited per session will have a greater increase in neural activity, which will train the body to work more effectively as a whole.
When I was young Mum used to make breakfast. Ever healthy conscious, she never bought cereal or things like that, but made her own porridge (oatmeal, buckwheat, etc. - Mum liked to use natural grains) or muesli. Mum's muesli is something that I love, even now. It's so simple and easy to make and you can eat it at any time of the day as a quick, nutritious snack or part of a meal.
6-8 Cups Rolled Oats
Other Optional Ingredients (to add on serving)
Nuts - almonds, walnuts
In an ovenpan mix together rolled oats, coconut, wheatgerm, and cinnamon, Add honey and oil and mix thoroughly. Bake at 225 degrees Fahrenheit for approximately 45 minutes, stirring every 10-15 minutes or when you can smell it cooking.
Serving size is up to you - I usually Use half a cup to a full cup. Can be served with milk or yoghurt - I prefer the latter, and the addition of other "ingredients".