Start your Wellbeing journey with the Jurlique by Leah Simmons Fitness Challenge
Leah Simmons is a qualified pilates teacher and fitness instructor with an insatiable passion for all things health and fitness. She’s a mother-of-one with a proactive attitude and sense of humour. She believes that if SHE CAN, YOU CAN. There are no tricks and her philosophy is simple – if you work hard you get results.
To get you started on your four week Fitness Challenge we’re giving away three prize packs worth $800 including a FitBit Alta, Adidas backpack, Nike water bottle and lots of Jurlique skin care.
This four-week challenge is all about motivating yourself to bring exercise into your everyday routine. Each week is a mix of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), cardio, mobility, strength training and rest days. Download the challenge below.
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is all about repeated intense bursts of exercise, followed by short rest times. This type of exercise burns more fat and calories than regular aerobic workouts.
Get out there and run, jump, skip, or walk outside! Cardio is an amazing exercise for for weight loss and to increase your metabolism.
Strength and resistance training are essential to increase resting metabolism and minimise muscle loss as we age.
Focus on developing core strength, flexibility and stability of your joints to improve you cardio, strength and HIIT workouts.
How do we turn exercise from being a chore into something that we actually look forward to? Leah explains how turning exercise into something that you enjoy and makes you feel good will change your relationship to exercise.
Follow Leah’s top ten tips that make each workout her place to find 60 minutes of kids-free, phone-free solitude and allow her to focus and concentrate on each exercise.
One of the most visible benefits of exercise is the effect it has on our skin. In this article, Leah explains how exercise can help your skin glow, reduce wrinkles and feel happy!
Confused about which kinds of food you should be eating? Read on to see what Leah Simmons recommends as she deconstructs the myths between "good" and "bad" foods and protein, carbohydrates and fat.