When In Doubt, Sweat It Out

We are human. We use a lot of energy by not allowing ourselves to sweat the small stuff in life. We worry constantly, we stress about life, and we hold tension like the weight of the world is on our shoulders. In the grand scheme of things, we are not putting our health or ourselves first. Even though it feels like we would have to make massive changes to be healthier, it’s really all about starting small!

Making smaller life changes can develop habits to a better and healthier you! Here are some examples of developing small habits that will benefit you overall.

  1. Goal Overload

Ever notice we set BIG goals for the year, and in that overall goal we have many simultaneous little goals? For example, being in the best shape for summer. Then we load too many little goals to get there, like hitting the gym 3-4x a week, eating healthier, taking stairs instead of the elevator, etc. Each of those should be their own small separate goal to focus on for at least 21 days to build the habit.

  1. Chug, Chug, Chug…Water!

Hydrating is very important. Our bodies are created with 65% water…we need to stay hydrated for our body to function. During an infrared sauna session, better hydration allows you a better sweat and helps your body flush out toxins. The more water, the more detoxifying sweat!

  1. When in doubt, sweat it out

Doing 2-3 Glow sessions a week keeps your body energized, healing and moving! Reap multiple benefits from living this hot and healthy lifestyle! Sweating is the body’s natural way of detoxifying and keeping a balance of health and wellness.

  1. Self-care

Even if your to-do list is a mile long, sometimes you just need to re-fuel your body. In order for your body to run properly and avoid illness, we need to shut down and reboot from time to time. Whether it’s learning something new, lighting candles and soaking in a hot bath, or shutting down in an infrared sauna. Th

ere are millions of ways to recharge, even if it’s just for 10 minutes. Try to add it in daily.

  1. Balanced Diet

Your health is 80% diet and 20% exercise, so there is no outrunning a bad diet. Make sure you are pumping your body with the nutrition it needs. Meet your daily protein, carbs, fats and fibers, cut back on sugar and processed food, and drink more water!