While you go through your 30’s and the years in which you cement your identity, it is also a time where priorities can take a shift. With health dropping down the list behind work, a young family and social commitments. Time can convenience can be a common barriers to eating healthy.
If you’re in your 30’s you can probably relate to feeling that there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done. Being short on time can often correlate to being short on quality sleep and training as much as you would like.
Fortunately, improve health and changing your body shape doesn’t mean you need to follow the regime of a professional athlete. Research suggests that exercising just 3 times per week, walking regularly and eating a healthy balanced diet can keep ageing at bay, improve your sleeping pattern and keep your overall health in check.
Health and fitness are long-term investments that bring countless positive returns. Reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, osteoporosis and chronic pain, improved mood, concentration, mental health, the list is endless.
Being overweight doesn’t just impact our physical health, individuals who are overweight are more likely to experience mental stress and high blood pressure. In your 30’s you usually have a key timeframe for increased opportunities for career growth, which often comes with increased pressure.
So how can you keep one step ahead of life’s obstacles and remain resilient? A consistent exercise routine is a good start.
As much as exercise is important for our physical well being, letting off some steam is good for us mentality too. Research has shown that workers who exercise and eat healthier are more productive, feel more productive, more positive and are overall more satisfied with work.
Working with a professional has been shown to dramatically improve weight loss compared to go in alone, and with increased age comes increased financial freedom to invest in expert coaching.
Training with a personal trainer is far more effective than training without one. Many studies show improvements in results doubling in just 12 weeks working with a professional trainer.
Your 30s aren’t just the perfect time to start investing in your career and savings, improving your health will also pay dividends!
Lean Body Training client Filippo made an investment in his health that has transformed his life.
Heading towards his mid 30’s Filippo was edging the scales close to 100kg.
The proved to be a wake-up call he needed. He has been going to the gym for three years but his weight was only going in one direction.
Investing in our Kick Start Programme with a professional trainer helped him lose 9kg and build healthy habits to set him up for life.
Now he is fit and healthy for himself and the role model for his family that he always wanted to be.