GETTING BACK TO THE ROUTINE, DEBUNKING THE TIME ZONES.
My approach to getting back to it all, is to not completely forget it when you travel. I travel with the thought of still training...just in different ways. But when this is not available, I think that we should chill, take a step back and have a couple of days to do what you feel is best for you.
Whilst traveling, there was one thing I did miss...my bed, and I believe that sleep is the one of the most important things when exercising, recovery, training, travelling and functioning in every way. So a little nap is on the agenda below (not too long though!).
I also find it easier if I know what I'm doing the day of when I arrive. See whats around so you can plan ahead to help you out.
So here are a few tips (okay there are 10) and tricks I believe that will get you back on your feet, beating the jet lag, eliminating the toxins and feeling 100%
Tip 1 - DON'T EAT THE PLANE FOOD
Tip 2 - TAKE IODINE ON THE PLANE
Tip 3 - DRINK PLENTY OF WATER
Tip 4 - GET GROUNDED
Tip 5 - STAY AWAKE
Tip 6 - SPOIL YOUR SELF, facial time
Tip 7 - YOU CAN DRINK COFFEE
Tip 8 - EAT CLEAN
Tip 9 - GET BACK TO TRAINING
Tip 10 - THE JUNO MATTRESS
Well hello and welcome to my blog. I'm currently travelling the globe, surfing, eating, cooking and learning whilst juggling the study of a B.Sc in Nutritional Medicine.
How I started my degree, click below for more details