We hope that you are all keeping well and healthy in this challenging time!
We are excited to tell you that our team has grown to include 8 amazing trainers from various parts of the world! We have 3 male trainers and 5 female trainers from America, Australia, UK, Ukraine, Iran and India, all with different skill sets in order to help you achieve your fitness goals. From Obstacle Course heroes to IFBB Pro’s, Ultra Marathon runners, Pre/Post Natal recovery fitness and Physiotherapy/Rehab trainers - we have got you covered.
We understand that with the present climate we all need to self-isolate and adhere to social distancing guidelines set by the MOH, but that doesn’t mean you can’t train! Remember, we may have already trained you, in your own home! Just because we can’t be there in person doesn’t mean we can’t still help you now. With networks opening up video conferencing platforms, this will allow us to continue your training together. From our homes to yours, we are here to help you to achieve your fitness goals online. If you would like to continue training, online, please let your current trainer know or contact us on +968 9139 9435.
Isolation, home schooling (for some), working from home, no outside gatherings or socialization and a change to your regular routine can cause a lot of mental frustration, depression and anxieties. In order to help yourself through this we suggest the following tips:
- Eat well and by that we mean healthy food! Fruits and veggies and drink plenty of water!
- Exercise! Whilst lulling on the couch binge watching Netflix may be tempting, you should try to keep some type of exercise going - need help? Then call us!
- Try some yoga and meditation, this will help you check in with yourself. Calm your body and mind when you feel anxiety creeping in.
- Phone / Video chat family or friends, just because we may not be able to see each other in person, doesn’t mean you can’t give someone a call.
- Listen or watch some comedy videos and laugh! Laughter is a great way to increase endorphins and help make the brain ‘feel good’.
- Sleep. This is probably one that many of us are actually getting more of at the moment, and this is a good thing. However, 8 hours a night is generally enough. If you find yourself sleeping more and more this could have an adverse effect. Try to keep to about 8 hours a night to feel rested and refreshed in the morning.
- Sunshine – Vitamin D is an essential vitamin for your Immune system to function well. If you can get outside for 20 minutes in your own garden or balcony then do it. Try some Yoga or exercise out there for a double whammy good feeling.
We want you to give yourself the best physical and mental well-being you can during this difficult time, so remember, if you need us – we are just a phone call away.
Stay safe, happy, healthy.
Your FitnessGuru Team