Snack on Exercise TEDx Talk released!

on Tuesday, 30 October 2018. Posted in Motivation, Front Page , Wellbeing, Fitness, News

Lauren's TEDx Talk "Snack on Exercise - Boost Your Mind, Body & Mood" is now live.

Exercise has incredible life-giving properties, fighting depression & disease, yet so many people miss out on these benefits. What if we could simply 'snack on exercise' in four, one-minute bursts each day?

Listen in to here how it can positively impact your life...

 

 

Find out more and join the Snack on Exercise movement at www.SnackOnExercise.com and take part in the next free 7-Day Challenge to discover fresh new movement ideas to boost your health and your mood.

This movement is all about making the world a happier healthier place, for us and for the next generation. Will you join us?

Please leave a comment below (or under the original youtube video) to share your thoughts...

I'll look forward to hearing from you!

 

 

Comments (2)

  • Adam

    Adam

    12 December 2018 at 00:06 |
    Hi Lauren, great job on your Ted talk! As a current participant of toast masters, your stage presence and confidence was inspiring, not to mention quick witted and humorous. I too feel like success at work = failing myself and my workout goals.

    Best of luck in New Zealand and thanks for being a great instructor!

    Adam
    • Lauren Parsons

      Lauren Parsons

      18 December 2018 at 23:54 |
      Thanks so much Adam for taking the time to watch it! Yes its tough when you feel that work success and your own wellbeing are at odds with each other. I firmly believe that the latter underpins the former from happening. When you're more energized, healthy and well, you can then thrive and perform at your peak. I wish you all the best for the future. Take care, Lauren

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