SWEAT ON THE GO


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As you noticed, I completely adore travelling. Living in Sweden has been a very tough experience to me.

My emotions which I prefer to hide are going out of control, so I need a vacation soon to stop thinking of evil things. Hahahaha 🙂

I love to travel to hot places so I make sure to stay hydrated!

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During my vacation – which was so good to be true – or during my work, I have a lot of things going on so it’s important for me to make a habit of getting my workout done either first thing in the morning or immediately after my office hours.

You know that in your thirties strength training can help you build muscle and produce more human growth hormone, both of which keep your metabolism running as fast as it did when you were 20.

Lately I have been making sure to train every week for 3/4 days a week. I organized my calendar, set my alarm and lay out my clothes next to my bed the night before so I can get into them as quickly as possible if my training in the morning or to feel ready if my training is in the afternoon.

I think that even a light workout is better than nothing.

Work_hardWho do you sweat?

I sweat myself.

Where will you sweat?

This week I will sweat at Urban Ride and FightBox

When will you sweat?

This week I will sweat after my office hours, but from next week I will sweat in the morning to avoid  the too many excuses which can be found once the day goes on!

How will you sweat?

I’ll sweat doing cycling, core exercises and boxing.

Why do you usually sweat?

I sweat because I’ve seen the rewards that working out brings physically & mentally to me. I sweat because I want to keep a balanced lifestyle and I want to look after my body and there’s nothing like the endorphins rush that goes during and after the training.

Stay motivated, LOVE, J

Exercise to boost your mood!


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We’ve all experienced negative moods – whether it’s feeling feeling sad after receiving some bad news or feeling lost and depressed. such feelings impact on how we think.

So do you need an emotional lift? Or need to blow off some steam after a stressful day?

A workout at the gym or a walk can help. Physical activity stimulates various brain chemicals that may leave you feeling happier and more relaxed. You may also feel better about your appearance and yourself when you exercise regularly, which can boost your confidence and improve your self-esteem.

Adding more cardio to your life will boost your productivity, rev your energy, and turn you into an unstoppable success machine.

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Exercise has another vital role, It signals the release of several key hormones, including serotonin, the famed mood booster; dopamine, which affects learning and attention; and norepinephrine, which influences attention, perception, motivation, and arousal.

Yesterday night I prepared my gym clothes and sat my alarm clock and decided to join again the BodyFit class which was instructed by David and Jamie.

Exercise always affected my level of happiness, and I feel the  rushing through. what a JOY 🙂

If you would love to hear more on how exercise and happiness work together, feel free to ask questions or share your thoughts.

You can also find the BodyFit class and many more at: http://www.d-flex.se

Love ❤

New Year’s Fitness Goals – 2016


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I thought that with the new year knocking our doors that it is time to plan, start fresh again and follow my new goals to stay on the healthy track.

I want to feel energetic once again. So I decided to have a PLAN.

I don’t usually see myself in the far future, but this year I wanted to move forward and plan my new goals at 2016.

So before January 1st arrives, I outlined some of the changes I want to implement and decided how I’ll fit them into my schedule.

My goals started by measuring my fitness progress last year and making new smart goals for the new year.

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Health is wealth and I learned that lesson the hard way, so I registered myself with the new BodyFit training which will start on 11/1 till 18/2 with the best PT in town David Seisay (Dflex) and my lovely friend Jamie Sallmen.

The BodyFit program will help you – and me – to Strengthen and define your muscles by focusing on the stomach, booty, thighs, arms. The training program will be for 6 weeks, 2 times a week.

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The fun part in here is that you will learn how to improve your nitration. No diets – just regular but it is the good food.

If you want to know more about the program and invest in your body then click this link: http://mytraining.d-flex.se

In order to burn calories at a faster rate and build a healthy body, you’ll need to incorporate exercise into your life. Take it slow at first, and then increase your time and/or intensity once you feel comfortable.

This year I will add a new training to my schedule, I registered also at the Piloxing training with my darling Jamie Sallmén. I have been attending the Cardio Walking classes – which unfortunately will end soon – with Jamie, and I loved how she motivated the group.

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I’m so excited already to start that unique and non-stop range class which is a mixture of boxing, pilates and dance.

“Sleek, sexy, powerful” is the motto of the program – said Jaime.

Piloxing was created about five years ago by the Swedish celebrity trainer Viveca Jensen, a former jazz dancer turned Pilates instructor.

Piloxing is designed to burn maximum calories, build lean muscles and increase stamina. The combination of boxing, dance and standing pilates created a sense of balance that is physical and mental.

I already scheduled my new training into the 2016 calendar and looking forward to implementing them.

Every day is a new chance to change your life.

 Did you set goals and create a plan for the New Year?!

I wish y’all a very Merry Xmas and a Happy  New Year full of motivations and positive vibes.

xoxo