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During the week these 7 ladies turned up and all attended the same session. What do they have in common? They are all nurses, either currently studying , working in the field or retired. Comment below if you know them They all know exactly how tired feels as they are all constantly pushed to their limits with long work hours. Best of all the majority of these amazing women work at our local hospital South East Regional Hospital. Do you currently work at SERH? Contact us today and mention you have seen this post for one week of free group fitness #TLFcommunitygiveback. Please share this with your friends. Best of all as these women above all know, if you refer someone to TLF and they sign up to unlimited training - you will score yourself a week of free training too. #TLFrewards
If they can still find the time to exercise, it means you can too... Take a read of what they say below
When you’re working a shift schedule, your eating and exercise habits can suffer. People who work shifts sometimes skip meals, eat irregularly, eat unhealthy food, and may find it hard to keep up a regular exercise schedule.
Shift workers are at higher risk for weight gain and heart disease as well. Healthy eating and exercise help improve your sleep and your overall health. For all shift works but to honest everyone who works...have healthy foods readily available at your home, prepare meals before your shifts, take your own food to work, eat small frequent meals, sit down and pause to eat, moderate your caffeine, drink plenty of fluids and most importantly EXERCISE.
What these nurses say about exercise, health and Tarryn Lucas Fitness.. Click view comments below...