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Debbie Saunders Workouts - November 2017

Welcome to November, lets hope its as good in class as October was. We all worked super hard in all the classes and had lots of fun along the way.

We are all aware that certain little lady will be putting an appearance at some point in December, or if early in November, please check Facebook before coming to class. Its very exciting 

Yoga starts again Tuesday 7th November at Corinium Health and Beauty on the Boulevard, six weeks at £30

Instagram
Several of you have already found our new instagram site
 debsaundersworkouts
if not, then find us and follow for photos, motivation and smiles, also tag us in any health or fitness photos you post,

Hungary
As you all know I cancelled classes to take some of our top gymnast to the Hungarian Championships. We were thrilled to get an invitation to go and even more thrilled to be asked if some of the Hungarians can come and train with us. We had fantastic results, not only bringing home loads of medals but also pushing British Gymnasts scores higher than ever before, either nationally or internationally. Thank you for all your support in helping these gymnasts achieve such tremendous results  
Pictured below are the age 10-11 Silver medalists 

                                      


FOCUS FOR NOVEMBER
JUDGEMENT, CLARITY AND OPENNESS
  1. Start to wear warmer clothes
  2. Burn lots of spicy aromatherapy oils in the house, it’s the time when sense of smell it as its peak
  3. Clear up misunderstandings and focus on what’s important and what you value,
  4. Clear out clutter and get your finances in order
  5. Be more positive and enthusiastic about your workouts at this time of year
  6. Do a Pilates session and release habitual tensions
  7. Make your exercise programme a regular and routine part of your lifestyle.
  8. Cut down on refined white foods such as white flour products, white sugar and rice. A sluggish digestion can result from a sedentary lifestyle and lack of fibre.
CHRISTMAS HAMPER RAFFLE
As ever my gym club will be holding our famous christmas hamper raffle and will be selling tickets, make sure you get yours, these hampers are always stunning and well worth winning. 
You can either buy tickets form gymnasts or from me. 
 
Class of the month is the awesome Tuesday night Dancefit team for allowing me to film the Jersey Boys routine

If you haven't seen it check out the video on the Fitness Facebook page. I am deeply proud of them all.
We are now learning a really slinky dance to Etta James and having lots of laughs along the way. 
Nearly ready for the twelve dances of Christmas 
 

Nutrition Top Tips (Sort through the confusion)

 A fishy way to a healthy tummy!
 
Cultures around the world that consume fresh fish regularly are commonly linked to long and healthy lives. However, in modern British lifestyles it’s very easy to get caught in the ‘quick-fix dinner’ or ‘meat & two veg’ mentality and miss out on the incredible benefits of this great resource found in our seas, lakes and rivers.
Omega 3 fatty acids are found in many food sources, but the health benefits of the specific fatty acids found only in oily fish are extremely important. Eating these ‘healthy fats’ as part of a balanced diet can contribute to a healthy heart and blood and help with joint issues. They have a positive effect on mental health and support balanced hormones, but most importantly are great for your gut!  A recent study supports this, with new evidence that oily fish consumption can have a positive effect on the balance of gut bacteria. This is great news, since these little ‘probiotics’ may influence a variety of health issues across the whole body. Some believe that our interaction with the bacteria in our gut, may actually underpin our entire experience of health.
Ironically living next to the sea you’d think we’d have a local fishmonger but our shopping habits seemed to have influenced that. Supermarkets are the easiest bet or find a good local internet delivery service. Fresh and frozen: it’s all fish! If you want to get the best, opt for wild as opposed to farmed, it’s worth it if you can afford it. Most importantly we could all benefit from consuming good fish regularly, aiming for 2-3 portions of oily fish a week. If you don’t like it, remember that good food can be introduced in small doses; you can train yourself to enjoy a new taste (hey, we all trained ourselves to like alcoholic drinks when younger). Why not experiment with some great new recipes online and find the combination you love the best. Although all edible fish can support a healthy balanced diet, common varieties with omega 3’s include salmon, herring, mackerel, sardines, trout and fresh tuna. It’s all easy and quick to cook, but avoid frying these oily varieties, since you’re in danger of destroying the very fats you want to consume with extreme heat. Time for a fish night!
 
MDNutritionHealth.com (also find me on FB)
 

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thats all for this month, dont forget to follow the facebook page

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