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Holiday Tips from Amanda Murdock

12.15.2015

- By Amanda Murdock, YG Studios

Get Active. When you are out of town, get in small amounts of exercise during the day. If you don't have time for a full hour, try 30 minutes of walking or another form of exercise you enjoy. Then, if you have time later, try to get in another 30 minutes.

Treat Yourself. During holiday parties or meals, pick one awesome treat that is seasonal (only during holidays) and definitely eat that (and enjoy!). 

Watch Your Alcohol. Be aware of your alcohol intake, especially heavy sugary drinks like eggnog. Remember to drink lots of water if you are drinking alcohol as it will dehydrate you. 

Get Your Rest. Get plenty of sleep, as this will help cortisol levels, keep anxiety down, and keep to motivated to work out.

Pamper Yourself. Be sure to make time for YOU. I make time to workout, get a massage and get my nails done even with my busy schedule because self care is so important during the holiday season. Doing these things keeps me mentally and physically in shape for my clients and students because I feel good, which keeps me motivated and more productive.

Book a class with Amanda at YG Studios today! 

About Amanda

Amanda's love of functional fitness and the asana practice launched her on the path to teach yoga, group fitness, and personal training. Her belief is to inspire students to better understand themselves and support them in discovering who they really are by putting the emphasis on Form, Flow and Function. Above all, Amanda believes in finding the fun within the intensity of the workout and she strives to blend her love of music with a dynamic, fun, and creative sequence. Amanda stresses that you begin with where you are and the rest will come. Amanda is a graduate of Pure Yoga’s™ Teacher Training Program and mentorship with Alana Kaivalya, Yoga for Women's Cancer Survivor Training, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, TRX Certified, Lagree Fitness Certified, and CPR Certified.

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