London, UK (PRWEB UK) 9 January 2014
Sport and exercise psychologists recently met in Manchester to discuss the latest research and promote key issues surrounding exercise, The British Psychological Society reported December 16th. The article, “Manchester hosts 2013 Division of Sport & Exercise Psychology annual conference,” noted that at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Sport & Exercise Psychology annual conference, the research presented encompassed the conference themes of psychology of performance and health and wellbeing. The keynote speakers included Professor Vincent Walsh, University College London, who examined the importance of the brain in sport in his talk, Sport and the Brain: Why it matters. (http://www.bps.org.uk/news/manchester-hosts-2013-divison-sport-exercise-psychology-annual-conference)
This inspired Yourwellness Magazine to take a closer look at the mind’s role in exercising, and give readers a way to change their attitude towards getting fit. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘Want to lose weight, improve your overall fitness or just kick your wellbeing into shape? You can get it done in just 21 days! This is according to trainer Marco Borges, author of Power Moves, who argues that his supershaper workout delivers wow effects that will keep you hooked. Borges asserts, “In less than a month you can not only sculpt a new body but, more important, change your exercise attitude.” There’s nothing more important that an exercise attitude when it comes to getting the body you want. After all, if you get out of bed in the morning feeling pumped and ready to go, you’re going to get far better results than if you can barely drag yourself to the gym, and Borge has a routine that his A-list clientele, including Beyonce, swear by.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/12/change-attitude-exercise-just-21-days/#sthash.9iHIUwtT.dpuf)
Yourwellness Magazine explained Borge’s three-week programme:
Week one. Week one’s mind challenge is to write down progress in a journal, so that it is visible in black and white.
Week two. The mind challenge this week is to plan ahead. Waiting for a break in the day is a good way to get you exercising in the beginning, but if something comes up a fitness plan can fall by the wayside. Therefore, Borge recommends that exercisers schedule it the night before.
Week three: Get the brain into shape by finding solutions, not excuses. Instead of quitting because there’s not enough time for a big stint, break exercise down into 10-minute bits.
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