This webinar features simple solutions to help re-establish effectiveness and wellbeing while working from home. On the call we had Tania Clifton-Smith, Dr Sven Hansen and Brad Hook. Practical takeaways “When in Doubt Breathe Out” BradCliff Breathing® Tania explained the BradCliff Green Dot – using a green sticker as a reminder to stop, drop, flow
Sleep better: Do better
Sleep is important – act like it. Focus, mood, energy, metabolism, gut health, recovery, immune function, hormone regulation, memory retention, waste removal, problem solving… Sleep is absolutely necessary for all of these critical functions. Without good sleep, you are compromised. See below for simple steps to improve your sleep. Share what works well for you.
Infographic: How to Master Your Day like a Resilient Professional
The freedom to be your best is built upon the discipline of mastering your biological rhythms. Experts know what they need to lock down and practice on a daily basis to allow for their optimal function. Elite athletes reach their potential by constructing a routine based around cycles of deliberate practice, feedback, nourishment and rest.
5 dietary principles for optimal performance
Declan Scott and Dr Sven Hansen sit down to discuss diet, nutrition, keto-adaptation, ethical eating and five key dietary guiding principles. Join us now for this first edition of Resilient Conversations. Dr Sven’s five dietary guiding principles for optimal performance Vegetables – eat 9 – 13 servings per day (each serving fits in the palm of your
“Take a deep breath” is bad advice!
Taking a deep breath will create arousal, anxiety, distress, and reduce CO2 even more. “Experts”, from physicians to coaches, default to this faulty recommendation. The science of breathing demonstrates how this advice is scientifically and practically wrong. Rather, apply the correct practice to counter distress, calm, focus and connect to reality. This is how you prevent
Could it be that sleep is the most important factor in our resilience? When we look at wellbeing, exercise and nutrition tend to get most attention. Steadily growing evidence finds sleep to be a key factor in preventable disease, distress, wellbeing, emotional competence and cognition. We review life through the lens of sleep as the
Nutrition Fuels Success
Organisations have aggressively cut costs to maintain profit during the downturn. Often one of the “costs” cut are corporate wellness initiatives. Yet, even today it is clear that corporate wellness can reduce costs and improve productivity. A recent Harvard Analysis identifies an average ROI of $3.27 for every $1 invested in wellness due to improved
Carbs out, Fat in
The emergence of High Fat Low Carbohydrate Nutrition (HFLC) is radically confronting for those of us wedded to the High Carbohydrate Low Fat approach (HCLF). However, the evidence and wisdom can no longer be denied. This will be the biggest paradigm shift since the US Dietary Goal for Americans of 1977. We know why obesity
Breathe, Revive, Connect
effective breathing and heart rate variability….enables resonant connections with others… View