SATURDAY 1ST AUGUST 2020 -- VOL.2.
Our bi-weekly round-up from the Weekday Wellness sessions
#WeekdayWellness Goes Olympic!
On behalf of Charitable Travel, our partner destination Atlantic City USA, and out chosen charity, The Mintridge Foundation, THANK YOU for two brilliant weeks of fitness & nutrition, culminating on Friday 31st July with a live Q&A with amazing Mintridge ambassador and Para athlete Laura Sugar, more about that soon.
Thanks too for those who joined us to experience the fell good from the buzz of HIIT exercise and building a better relationship with food. Our stars this week are team Travel Trade Gazette, for their fabulous commitment sign up here. Remember these sessions are for you, so please feel free to give feedback, ask questions and share!
What did we learn?
Eating well can be yummy too!
What’s clean eating? Ask Jenny!
Need more help from Jenny?
Fitness Weekly Recap
Get into a routine, and plan your week for the best cumulative results, building on the past achievements and hard work.
HIIT is hard
HIIT training is the best form of training at home because it doesn’t need much space or time, and it’s a great fat burner.
Get off of your butt!
Especially in lockdown, working from home, remember regular walks if you’re sat at your desk all day. Great for mind and body.
Set yourself short term, realistic and achievable goals! for example “this week I am going to join all three week day wellness sessions and take Jenny’s difficulty option on one set”
Nutrition Weekly Recap
Balance is best
Eat regular set meals that contain fibre, protein, and fats. fibre helps to keep you fuller for longer, which will help reduce any cravings
Keep it in mind
Eat mindfully, by chewing your food slowly
Keep consistent with your diet and try to eliminate snacking. Try to avoid low calorie diets, as these can cause a drop in metabolism, which means you’ll find it harder to lose weight.
Atlantic City: Wellbeing By the Ocean
Shopping, Arts, and Culture
Among the great choice is: Tanger outlets The Walk, a $76 million, 15 city block dining and retail outlet, with upscale retailers, downsized prices, and the recent addition of Bass Pro Shops; The Quarter at Tropicana, part of a $1245 Million expansion, with 200,000 square feet of retail, dining, entertainment and spa options.
More diverse shipping can be found along the Boardwalk and throughout the city’s casinos.
The AC area is full of history and places to celebrate it: Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton Colleges, Atlantic City Historical Museum, Atlantic City Ballet, the civil Rights Garden, New Jersey Korean War Memorial and Atlantic City Art Center.