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It’s change o’clock. It’s Be You time.

Have you ever felt that inner need to make a change, to be a better you?

I am sure you did because we are in a constant search of a better version of ourselves.

If you are one of these people or you want to become one, this article is for you.

Every day is a great day to start. Any moment is perfect to shape or build  a better you.

And a better YOU implies so many lifestyle aspects to be improved, as for instance,  eating better, moving better and thinking better. However,  I would like to focus on the latter because I believe it is crucial to boost a mens sana in corpore sano lifestyle.

The way we think is paramount to any decision we take in our life and the goal of this article is to give you some insight on how important is it to make a decision. The decision to live a better life.

I used to feel at distress with my life as I didn’t like my lifestyle. I didn’t have a job and I just didn’t take care of any other aspects such as my diet and the importance of working out. I had a quite-low esteem and I was pretty negative about my life in general as I didn’t know where it was heading.

Until the day that I decided it was time to CHANGE.

It was time to stop complaining and take action. I decided to change my outlook on life and I moved from a passive one to an active
one.This shift helped me to start living the way I wanted to live: healthier, fitter and 100% positive.

So, what are you waiting for?

Make the move to BE YOU in order to come closer to the best version of yourself.

Our trainers will help and support you throughout these changes but bear in mind, that YOU are the one who has to make the decision to change your outlook on life.

Having a “can-do attitude” will help you attain a balanced lifestyle where mind and body work to attain the same objective:

BE 100% YOU.

Charged with positivity,


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8 Steps to Become a Runner… For Anyone Who Doesn’t Really Like Running

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Running is a love/hate-activity for most people. It takes some willpower to get going, it hurts a bit during the run, but the feel-good payoff afterward makes it worth the effort.

But for others, running is just a hate-activity, as in “I hate running!”

And that’s completely fine. You don’t have to run to be fit and healthy. At the same time, have there ever been instances when you wish you liked it? (I bet you have.)

Whether it’s the social aspect of running with friends, all the amazing fitness benefits running offers or the opportunity to train for a goal or raise money for charity, running certainly does have its perks.

There are 8 simple steps to become a runner — even if you think you don’t like running.


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Even small amounts of physical activity can be good for your health. But do you know all the reasons why?

If the thought of exercise turns you off, it may be time to reframe your perspective. Research shows that it’s not just structured exercise but any type of physical activity that has benefits. This means anything that gets you moving—a walk with a friend, raking leaves in the yard, climbing several flights of stairs—counts, as long as it gets you moving for a sustained amount of time. And any amount of physical activity is better than none. This means getting moving for just 15 minutes a day can start to bring benefits, especially if you are usually not active.

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wellness at job

Spring-clean your desk habits to improve your health and well-being.

For most of us, working is a necessary fact of life. And while you can’t do much about a toxic boss or a job that you don’t love, you can control some aspects of your work environment. These tweaks can help you be your healthiest self at work.

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In need of a taste of summer? This Tropical Berry Smoothie from Dannon® is sure to give you that tropical fix you’ve been looking for. Ready in just three easy steps, this recipe is an easy way to incorporate some fruit into your am routine and a great way to jumpstart your day.


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Get outdoors to get achieve


Use this field guide to help you reconnect to the natural world.

For many people, an exercise routine means getting in a car, driving to the gym, slogging away on an elliptical machine and then retreating back to their homes or offices, where they sit down in front of the blue glow of a computer, TV or tablet. But there’s something missed when exercise takes place only in indoor gyms and fitness studios. Trading up some of your gym time for time on the trails, the river or the bike path can bring benefits beyond improved fitness.

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Find out how you can fall asleep faster with these tips from a sleep expert

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If you’ve struggled with falling asleep at night, don’t give up hope! Changing up your routine in the evenings can lead to easier, sounder sleep. If you’re having trouble drifting into dreamland, these tips may help.

To sail smoothly into the land of Nod, Katherine Albert M.D., Ph.D., author of Get a Good Night’s Sleep, suggests trying one—or all—of the following:

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Coconut Super Grain Granola

Fit Girl’s Kitchen continue sharing another one of her favorite recipes. Granola is not only a satisfying, easy to make and filling, it’s also a nutritious contribution to your breakfast. Hence, it also suits those of you who wants to lose weight. One serving is around half a cup.  Enjoy and happy weekend!

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How to bring variety into your workout routine

Tired of the same workout routine? Bringing variety and mixing up your workout remains a big challenge for both beginners and advanced exercisers. Creatures of habit we are, it is part of our human nature to resist bringing regular changes into our daily routines. However to attain long-term changes to your physical markers, such as weight loss or muscle definition, one needs to understand the danger and unwanted effects of routine and must therefore insert regular changes into your workout.

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How much cardio for fat loss?

How much cardio should you do for fat loss?

Is it really necessary to do long duration sessions?

The answer to this question is no!

Long durations of cardio at a low intensity will have you burn fat in the end but because the intensity is low, it won’t be at a fast pace.

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