I hope you are faring well as we continue to stay home.
In my last newsletter, I shared a “no-equipment needed” full body strength-training workout.
Watching Ellen Degeneres the other day, I was inspired to create a healthy home challenge to boost your immune strength, avoid stir-craziness, and keep your body moving!
Today I introduce to you the Tri-Wellness Challenge.
Here's how it works:
Your job is to complete the 3 part challenge yourself (shown below), and then challenge 2 other people to do the Tri-Wellness Challenge (one of whom can be your accountability partner – which is always ideal).
Then you’ll encourage both of those people to pass the challenge along to 2 other people.
Spreading the workout to others will spread the gift of health and wellness!
Here are the 3 parts of the Tri-Wellness Challenge:
You don't have to get into heavy calculations to make sure you are following this recommendation. In general, just try to make sure your meals/snacks are about 2/3 full of plant-based foods like vegetables and whole grains.
Anything that grows in the ground and does not require a lot of processing to get it from the ground to your plate qualifies as plant-based.
Feel free to accompany your plant-based foods with a lean protein such as a piece of fish or chicken breast, but avoid highly processed and refined foods like sugar and white breads/pastas.
I'll start you off with some simple, delicious spring recipe ideas that are completely plant-based:
Bobo’s is also contributing to help our health care practitioners on the frontlines of the pandemic with their Healthcare Heroes program, where every purchase gives food to healthcare workers.
So please consider purchasing these delicious snacks in your effort to eat healthier and help these heroes at the same time!
Please share the Tri-Wellness Challenge with as many people as you can, which will pass along health, help our amazing frontline healthcare workers, and keep us all connected!
Share in your social media channels with #Triwellnesschallenge, and let's get moving!
Here’s the workout:
Repeat Each Circuit 3 times through each day (or work your way up to that).