Weekly tasks

Up to a healthier lifestyle? Meet your "WEEKLY TASK"(to be done daily)
    Week 4 (Sep)
Nutritionists recommend eating at least 2-3 cups of vegetable a day. Try to add salads or any fresh or boiled veggies to your main meals. It will also make you feel full while helping you to lose / maintain weight due to its low content of calories. Read more
    Week 3 (Sep)
Studies show that people who eat a healthy breakfast are more prone to weight loss. Do not miss it!
    Week 2 (Sep)
A lack of sleep has been related to an increase in Ghrelin, the so called hunger hormone. Make sure you are having enough sleep if your aiming weight loss.
    Week 1 (Sep)
Aim for 6 servings of healthy carbs a day such as whole grains (about half a cup of cooked brown rice or 1 slice of whole-wheat bread)
    Week 4 (Aug)
Slow synchronize movements and breathing, such as yoga or meditation, can help to release accumulated stress and relax through the week.
    Week 3 (Aug)
Similarly to meditation, regular exercise can help you to relax. Try aprox. 30 mins of walking, jogging or cycling 3-5 times a week if you feel stressed and see the amazing results.
    Week 2 (Aug)
Avoid having snacks before going to bed. Teeth brushing, chewing sugar-free gum, or an after-dinner walk can help you to stay away from cravings.
    Week 1 (Aug)
Dehydration can be a major cause of daytime fatigue especially if you are expose to hot weather. If you feel unenergetic, have a big glass of water and see how it goes. Read more
Aerobic activities can help to balance the levels of cortisol (the stress hormone). A simple 30 mins walk (15-20 mins running) 3-5 times a week can greatly reduce your stress level throughout the week.
Lack of sleep can reduce your energy and affect your biological recovery and repair. For a healthy sleep, aim 7-8 hours daily.
To feel more full and satisfied in between meals, aim for 25-30 grams of protein per meal. For example, a piece of chicken or a cup of beans with quinoa (25 grams of proteins).
Tracking what you eat (and move) will help you to reach your health goals.
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Adding 250 steps for each hour of sitting each day, about 1-3 mins walk (depending on speed), is linked to a longer life expectancy.

For a pleasant sleep, better to avoid eating at least 2 hours before going to bed. This is because the body stays energized while it is digesting foods.
If you feel anxiety and/or stress this week, try this full home workout routine. Studies show that at least 67% of people who workout regularly experience an impressive decrease in heart rate.
Even a short-time whole-body workout routine can dramatically reduce your level of anxiety and stress. Try this 10 mins workout routine at home and let me know how it goes.
Keep your body on a healthy track by going to bed and waking up every day at the same time.
    Week 4 (May)
A fiber- (fruits, veggies, whole grains...) and protein-enriched (nuts, soy milk, yogurt...) afternoon snack can keep you satiated till dinner.
    Week 3 (May)
Listening to music can boost exercise motivation. Music songs of 120-140 beats per minute can give the best performance.
    Week 2 (May)
Breaking down your calories intake into nutrients need can help you lose weight faster and healthier
[Read more]
    Week 1 (May)
A protein-enriched breakfast can boost your metabolism for the day while helping you to prevent carb and sugar cravings ...
    Week 4 (Apr)
Caffeinated drinks can disrupt your beauty sleep so it's better to keep them away a few hours before going to bed ...
    Week 3 (Apr)
During lockdown, eat healhy, resist cravings, and move, move...
[Read more]
    Week 2 (Apr)
Your bedroom ambience could impact your beauty sleep afecting your day performance during Coronavirus. Lights off, warm temperature, no noise, phone off can help you sleep pacefully.
[Read more]
    Week 1 (Apr)
Now more than ever, "every move counts". While retained at home, KEEP MOVING!!.
[Read more]

While recruited, help your brain to refresh and recharge. Try meditation, reading or listening to relaxing music and rest pacefully.
While home-confined, even a little exercise can lower your resting heart rate, reducing the risk of heart disease.
While being confined, sick or remote-working, you can always exercise at home or in the office -> check this out
Commit to food-logging using some app or tool. It can help you to be more mindful of what and how much you eat. [More about food logging]
Avoid snacks if you want to avoid gaining weight. Teeth brushing, sugar-free gum or coffee/tea or taking a walk can help.
Everyone's fitness level is different but a good goal to aim for is 8000-10000 steps/ daily.
Consistent sleep (at least 7 hours/day) let your body rest and rebuild.
Participating in community events (avoiding loneliness) may be just as important to long-term health as getting to the gym. [More about social]
Yoga's synchronized moves plus breathing (or meditation techniques) can help to release stress. Take short breaks and practise it throughout the day when needed.
Running tips for beginners: start by 4mins walk, 1 min running; then go progressive (3mins walk, 2mins running, and so on so forth).
If new year resolutions are not working, why not giving a try to Monday resolutions instead?
Dehydration cause fatigue. If you feel fatigue, have water to boots energy. Keep a bottle of water near you to remind you about drinking [the magic water].
2 minutes of walk (~250steps) per each hour of sitting (during the day) is linked to a longer lifespan
[ Walking & Health].
30 of mins walk (daily) prevent stress. Aerobics activities keep cortisol (stress hormone) in the right level
[ Walking & Health].
Comments: 13
  • #13

    Sherly Smith (Monday, 21 September 2020 17:10)

    Hi online trainer! I've been following you for a while and I wanted to thank you for your super help.

  • #12

    Louise (Tuesday, 15 September 2020 17:06)

    This is a great and useful article. Thank you!!!

  • #11

    Tania Hamilton (Wednesday, 02 September 2020 17:33)

    Amazing tips!

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    Ann (Tuesday, 18 August 2020 23:42)


  • #9

    Irene (Saturday, 15 August 2020 00:52)

    thanks for the tips. Very useful :)

  • #8

    Anthon B (Friday, 14 August 2020 01:14)

    Great tips !

  • #7

    Jonathan (Monday, 10 August 2020 01:27)

    I follow you Virtual Trainer. Good job!

  • #6

    Marites (Wednesday, 05 August 2020 16:49)

    Thanks for your useful tips Virtual Personal Trainer

  • #5

    Rosa Sanchez (Monday, 03 August 2020 15:00)

    gracias por tus consejos tan utilies. Te sigo. Saludos¡

  • #4

    Joseph (Monday, 03 August 2020 02:41)

    Great weight loss ideas. Keep the good work. Thanks!

  • #3

    Corina L (Monday, 27 July 2020 16:23)

    Very useful. Cheers!

  • #2

    Dani Smith (Sunday, 26 July 2020 19:24)

    cool tasks! great guide during my weight loss journey

  • #1

    Charo (Monday, 20 July 2020 01:48)

    These tasks are extremely useful. Thank you!