672,000! How would you use it?

There are 168 hours in a week.


How do you use them?


Do you waste them or make the most?


You have the same amount of hours as anyone else in the world. The same as Beyoncé, the same as Bill Gates, the same as the Queen.


But these people seem to be able to get a lot done in the day.


On average you have 4,000 weeks in a lifetime. That’s only 672,000 hours.


Not that many…


So how do you use them?

If you were given £672,000 to last a lifetime what would you do?


A lot of the time people will start their health and fitness journey to have more energy. The aim to have more energy to run around and play with the kids.


But that’s not something you get by just going to the gym.


Especially because you’ve got to find the energy to get to the gym in the first place and find the time to fit the gym in.


So how can you start with getting more energy and having more energy throughout the day. Especially if you’re getting up early for your new gym routine.


First, drink 30 ounces of water. Which is about 850ml, yep, a lot of water first thing in the morning. Break it down if needed. But this is really important and will start your day the right way.


Of course, drinking and staying hydrated throughout the day is one of the key things. If you are doing a morning workout, it is super important that you stay hydrated throughout the day.


Especially if you’re not used to it. DRINK MORE WATER!!


With hydration of course goes hand in hand with your nutrition.


That has to be on point throughout the day.


That means you are hitting your right macronutrients (proteins, fats & carbs) and getting meals in when needed throughout the day.


Just don’t follow one of these crappy diet plans.


Keep. It. Simple.


You don’t need to be detoxing and doing anything weird. First of all see if you can eat breakfast lunch and dinner.


If not don’t worry about anything else.


The most basic thing you can do to stay awake more is keep moving.


You’re going to be knackered if you’re staring at a screen all day.


Do you not think it’s a big thing these days with all the smart watches telling you when you need to move?


Listen to it. Don’t ignore it.


Work in chunks and make sure YOU DRINK!!


Then you’ll be fine.


One last thing…


It’s all in your head. If you say to yourself you’re tired, you’ll be tired. If you say to yourself you’re feeling good, then you’ll be good.


Negative talks lead to negative emotions. Get over yourself.


Simple things to make a big difference to your fatigue levels throughout the day.


Three main things to start off with to keep your energy levels up.

Elliot Chudleigh