Exercise after Ilness/Injury

Exercise after a prolonged illness/injury can be a bit scary for some. Not knowing the right things to do or worring that it may make things worse can be some of the main concerns.

From personal and professional experience I have found the following to be most helpful;

  1. Have a firm faith and vision for your recovery- see how you want to be and work your way towards it step by step.
  2. Listen to your body and stay empowered-work with your body and what’s within your control and measure your outcomes from there.
  3. Support your exercise plan with adequate nutrition- just as important and sometimes more so is your diet, its essential that you get the right nutrients for your recovery. Do your research and get advice as needed.

Overall you must believe you can improve, believe you can and you will. This will empower you to take all the actions you need and maintain it.

Empower yourself within and results will come without 🙏💫

Miranda

Overcome any obstacle

Life can throw us many obstacles, so it makes sense that there are also many ways around them. There’s no one size fits all.

We are all different and so our goals and the obstacles on the way to achieving them will  be different.

Often amongst these obstacles, can be the one of getting distracted from our original goal. This can happen in effort to fit in with what others are doing or what we’re told to be achieving.

This getting distracted from our original goal can often be one of the toughest and most deceiving, because we can begin to believe that the goal is ours when it is in fact not.

Always track back to your orginal goals when you set out to achieve something and make sure you stay focused on this. Listen to your inner truth at all times, because it’s your journey and you’re the one who has to put the work in.


Once you are certain of your goal and stay focused on it, you will always find a way and it’s not for others to know or understand it, because it’s your journey.

Other obstacles can be much simpler and come down to our own self awareness, recognising fears and doubts, when to listen to them and when not to.

A useful tool for this is self reflection. It really helps to keep a journal throughout so you can stay self aware through the reflection process.


For more information on how to do this please get in touch to book an intial coaching session.

Obstacles are all in fact our guides, as when we really observe and become aware of what it is showing us we will always find a way either around, over, under or through them.

Just make sure you always keep your inner compass as your guide.

Stay at your best,

Miranda 💗