Women’s Strength Nation is committed to helping you feel strong in every aspect of your life. Yes, part of feeling strong is related to physical strength from workouts. For me, feeling strong on a personal level is completely dependent on my health and energy. If I don’t feel physically well….well, the whole world feels like it’s crumbling. And when I feel well? Wow, the world is amazing. Do you experience the same?
Because cold and flu season is upon us – and yes, even yours truly gets sick every now and then – this week’s email update is the first of a two part series on how to fight off getting sick so that you can stay fit! Click on the video below to check out the 3 things I rely on when I feel a cold coming on.
“Exercise can either boost your immune system, or tax it, depending on the intensity and duration of the workout.” ~@WStrengthNation
Then, stay tuned for next week’s Holly Perkins Inner Circle email update for Part II of this series. See below for details on how to be on that mailing list as it is different from this one.
If you just can’t avoid getting sick and get hit with a whopper, there are certain foods that are wise to avoid.
Here is my Top 5 list of foods to avoid when you are sick:
- Artificial sweeteners (Splenda, sucralose, aspartame, acesulfame potassium)
PS! I reserve exclusive content for the Women’s Strength Nation email update. If you want to receive more info that isn’t shared here on the blog, use the sign up form at the top right of this page to enter your first name and email address. Then stay tuned every other week for insights on becoming stronger inside and out.
Women’s Strength Nation is committed to improving the ratio of women to men strength training around the world. You can Join the Movement by sharing your thoughts and questions below. Your thoughts and ideas may help another woman’s journey. Please join the conversation and leave a comment below!
“You are a woman. For that fact alone, you have a superpower rooted deep inside your soul. That power is your intuition. Trust it. You are woman.” ~ Holly Perkins
Stay strong, friend.