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get in shape after the holidays

Sports coach Émilie Aubriot; originally from Haute-Marne; gives us some tips to get back in shape after these holidays.

Christmas and New Year’s Eve are over. The opportunity to meet and rest. -And we even almost always admit it; with some excesses of all kinds. At the dawn of this new year; it is time to (re) do physical and sports activity “. The sports coach Émilie Aubriot; originally from Haute-Marne; gives us some tips to get back in shape after these holidays.

We activate the motivation button

“The mind is as important as the physical. Many times you have to work a little at first”; she slides. Remember the last time you participated in a sport and the wellness that went along with it. Physical and psychological well-being.

“We activated the motivation button;” launches the coach. – Photo: Adrien Jeanson

Smooth recovery

“Sports activity must above all be resumed without problems because the greatest risk after the holidays if you are not careful is to injure yourself”; emphasizes Émilie Aubriot; who defends “have a small rhythm and manage the intensity of the effort”.

We run a little slower and a little shorter; we take lighter weights for bodybuilding. “We are going slowly but surely. After a few short sessions; we easily found our previous form.”; indicates the sports coach. And above all; drink during and after exercise.

Find a healthy diet

At the same time; it is also necessary to seek a healthy diet by opting for vegetable soups for their richness in water and vitamins. Don’t forget to put protein back on the plate.

Multiple possibilities

Possible activities are swimming; cycling; running or rowing. “These endurance activities help cleanse the body of toxins”Specifies Émilie Aubriot. It is also possible to opt for a circuit training at home with cardio and muscle strengthening exercises.

For example; after a minimum three to five minute joint warm-up and a little cardio to raise muscle temperatures; do a twenty minute circuit of interval training; chair; face covering (plank); dips (propulsion into behind the arms); squats and lumbar strengthening.

“Take good care of yourself; I’m counting on you!”; concludes Émilie Aubriot. Your turn !

Note Émilie Aubriot is a multi-skilled sports coach who now resides in Dijon.



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