IT’S EASY TO PUT TOGETHER A HEALTH & FITNESS GOAL BUT HARDER TO MAKE IT HAPPEN. For some, just knowing where to start is the biggest challenge. For others, the stumbling block is waning willpower, the further into the year we go. It takes a while to connect the dots between what we dream, the journey we need to take to make it happen and the realisation. That’s where Bare Biology can help – they have recently released Better in 30, a free 30 day lifestyle program which supports you mentally and physically over 30 days.
What it’s about
Better in 30 is an online program which sends you an email every day for 30 days with tips, articles and videos covering everything from nutrition plans, to decluttering advice, to life coaching and mindfulness guides. We love it because it focuses on more than the standard food and fitness challenges that are rife at the moment and instead, encompasses a more long-term strategy and balanced set of healthy lifestyle tools. Yes, there’s nutrition involved, and yes there’s workouts, but that’s not the whole of it; Better in 30 is so much more than that. Articles entitled ‘Upgrade Your Carbohydrates’ and ‘Overcoming Anxiety and Being Free to Live Your Life’ are a refreshing change from the self-flagellation and guilt-inducing messages that rain down on us in the new year.
There are six experts supporting you on the 30 Day journey, each one specialists in very specific areas but when combined, provide balanced advice:
Vicky Silverthorn, Professional Organiser
Vicky has made a living helping people get organised and declutter, using techniques which have gained her much recognitition and which are outlined in her book, ‘Start with Your Sock Drawer’. She includes Suki Waterhouse, Ayda and Robbie Williams, Jamie Dornan and Jonathan Ross as clients.
Louisa Drake, Fitness Professional
The Louisa Drake Method (LDM), Louisa’s signature style of helping individuals create a balanced approach to fitness, health and wellbeing, is taught at many prestigious places in London, including Equinox, The Detox Kitchen and Shoreditch House. She’s even worked with the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow!
Leon Taylor, Performance Coach
Leon is an athlete who won a silver-medal winner for diving at the Athens Olympics, who went on to mentor Tom Daley and join the BBC Sports diving commentary team after retiring from professional sports in 2008.
Olga Levancuka, Life Coach
Olga is an internationally renowned speaker and author of two books, ‘How to be Selfish’ and ‘Increase Your Confidence in One Day’. Her coaching clients range from entrepreneurs to major and minor celebs and those in politics.
Palma Michel, Mindfulness Coach
Co-founder of Profuse29, a company which introduces mindfulness and mindful leadership to organisations and individuals, she has worked with CEOs, creative, philanthropists, start-ups and large multinationals. She also has a book coming out in April 2017 – ‘The Authority Guide to Mindful Leadership.’
Kay Ali, Nutritional Therapist
Head of nutrition at Bare Biology, Kay’s primary interests are in neurological and gastrointestinal health. She also has over ten years experience working in the natural cosmetic and nutraceutical industries.
There’s a big focus in Bare Biology’s Better in 30 program, on motivation and mindset, not just fitness and diet, which is more likely to result in long-term improvements.
Want a sneak peak? We particularly love…
This 15 minute Sweat and Sculpt workout from Louisa Drake!
Does this sound like something you’d benefit from? It’s not too late to take part!
Regardless of when you sign up, you’ll still have access to the 30 Day program – your 30 days start from your sign-up rather than the start of the month. Your lifestyle improvements can start now!
Sign up online for Better in 30 at Bare Biology.
You can also win prizes
And everyone who signs up is put into a draw to win an hour’s consultation with one of the experts. You can increase your chances of winning by sharing your experiences, sharing the articles and posting your progress on social media using the hashtag #betterin30 There are also chances to win Bare Biology goodies too so make sure you’re following them on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.