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Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck

Classes held at Round Hill school, Foster Avenue, Beeston. Zumba: Monday 6-6.45pm HIIT & Tone: Monday 7-7.50pm Dynamic Yoga Flow: Monday 8-9pm Zumba: Thursday 6.45-7.30pm Fitness Pilates: Thursday 7.30-8.30pm Dynamic Yoga Flow: Wednesday 7-8pm @ The Pearson Centre, Nuart Road, Beeston.
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck2 days ago
Yoga tomorrow won’t be at a Cathedral, round a pool or waiting at a bus stop...
It will be The Pearson Centre for Young People at 7pm with @Anna Heery 🥳
ENJOY 😘
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck5 days ago
Today’s #fitnessfun was our walk to the beach, followed by more paddle boarding fun thanks to Soller SUP ...
It was such fun that we ran over time but Sóller Sup overlooked our poor time keeping... Muchas gracias X 🙏🏻
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck7 days ago
Doing some mental rehearsing whilst waiting... (over an hour 😵) for the bus 🚌

“Therefore, the best thing to do is to take advantage of mental practice during times when you could not otherwise practice. For example, you could engage in mental practice when you are injured, and therefore can’t perform the physical action.

Interestingly, mental practice can not only help you improve your skills in such cases, but can also help you retain your physical capabilities. This was shown, for example, by a study which found that mental visualization of physical exertion (e.g. imagining that you are lifting a heavy object), helps reduce strength loss during short-term muscle immobilization.

Furthermore, the study also found that imagining that you are lifting a heavy object results in more muscle response than imagining that you are lifting a lighter object, which demonstrates the powerful cognitive connection between mental practice and physical performance.

Mental practice can also help you train during “dead times” when you couldn’t otherwise do anything productive. This refers to time spent on activities such as riding the bus or waiting in line at the store. Instead of letting that time go to waste, you can now put it to a good use, since you don’t need anything to conduct this type of practice, aside from your own mind.

You can also go through mental practice as you’re lying in bed trying to fall asleep. This is especially helpful if you tend to take a long time to fall asleep, and if doing so helps you unwind and prepare yourself for sleep. However, if you see that mentally practicing at this time ends up making it harder for you to fall asleep, you should avoid it.

Overall, there are a variety of ways in which you can integrate mental practice into your routine, in order to improve your performance. This form of practice should complement your main practice, and can be especially beneficial to implement during times when you couldn’t otherwise practice. “
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck1 week ago
We offer a range of workshops, covering a whole host of topics like Personal branding, Entrepreneurship, Networking, Leadership and much more...
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck
Beeston Fitness, Health & Wellbeing with Sally Roebuck1 week ago
Today’s exercise for the Beeston Fitness Page...
A fearless mudra meditation,
a long hot hike to the sea with ma boy ❤️ and a little stop drop Yoga 🙏🏻