THE PATH TO A HEALTHY HEART: 100 DAY TRAINING PROGRAM TO GET YOUR HEART IN SHAPE! WE ALL NEED THIS!
100 DAYS OF WORKOUTS!
SAVE TIME & STRESS FOR JUST $27 IT'S A WORKOUT PLAN THAT YOU CAN DO OVER AND OVER AGAIN TO KEEP YOUR HEART HEALTHY You may or may not be able to complete each workout assignment each day - but every day we just try to do better than the day before! If we fall off track, NO BIGGIE, but we get back up and start again! Always pick up on the day you left off and KEEP MOVING FORWARD. It doesn't have to be perfect, but YOU DO HAVE TO TAKE ACTION TO SEE PROGRESS HAPPEN and I know that is why you are here! No equipment is necessary! These workouts are the perfect way to start creating the HABIT of the healthy life that you deserve and that you want to LIVE! Give your body and your SELF the attention it needs and learn to use these workouts at your daily STRESS RELIEF AND ANXIETY MEDICATION that is NOT HARMING YOUR BODY! A body in motion is a HEALTHY BODY and you are making a LIFESTYLE CHANGE! --------- Trust me when I say that I know how frustrating it can be to wake up each day, knowing you "should" workout but when you go to do it..... *YOU JUST DON'T FEEL UP TO IT SO YOU DON'T*. You keep waiting for inspiration and MOTIVATION to take over but all that shows up instead is a roller coaster of confusion, low energy, lack of motivation, overwhelm and a maybe even a little side of stress and anxiety. 😢 It makes you question why you're attempting to even change your lazy habits anyway. I get it. I really do. I HAVE BEEN THERE. ------------------ Here's something I've learned over the years: A GOOD WORKOUT, the kind that makes you feel amazing and want to eat better simply takes determination and consistency to just SHOW UP and do the dang thang......it takes some time and practice to get the hang of... (in most cases) I see people everyday make the mistake of believing that just because they aren't great at working out or that they don't really know what workouts they should be doing.....now, that they never will be that healthy version of themselves that they truly want to be. So instead of trying, they go ANOTHER day without TAKING ACTION Creating a new healthy habit and lifestyle won't just happen over night. It took YEARS TO BECOME THE COUCH POTATO and it's a lazy habit that 80% of America has fallen victim to..... it's gonna require the trifecta: JUST DO IT⚡️TAKE ACTION⚡️TRY YOUR BEST When you balance the above three consistently over time, you will soon have yourself a HEALTHY BODY AND LIFESTYLE THAT YOU WILL BE SO PROUD OF. YOU'RE GONNA FEEL AMAZING YES, IT CAN BE THAT EASY.
-Know the Symptoms of Heart Disease
In many cases, the symptoms of heart disease don’t show up until you’re having a heart attack. I've learned from my experience over the past month that there is NO AGE limit. Young men are even candidates after having the flu or a virus - higher risk is involved if you've been following my posts on my Instagram @glitterU..... (read the details).
Seniors and their family members need to be aware of the symptoms of heart disease. Symptoms of an impending heart attack or a heart emergency may include:
Difficulty breathing or catching your breath, gasping for breath
Feeling like you’re going to faint
Feeling light-headed or very weak
Feeling nauseated or vomiting
Chest pain or a feeling of pressure in the chest
Pain that radiates into the neck, shoulders, or back
Feeling like you have indigestion or feeling like you’re very full
Reduce Heart Disease Risks
Certain health conditions have been linked to heart disease, increasing the risk of heart disease and heart attack. Treating other contributing health problems is essential to reducing heart disease risks. Seniors with diabetes have a higher risk of heart disease, and working with a doctor to keep blood sugar levels controlled can significantly reduce the risk of a heart attack. www.Sugardetox7.com is a great resource for all FAMILY MEMBERS to have a resource guide to help reduce sugar from your diet.
For seniors who suffer from angina, taking medications as prescribed is essential. If you already have heart disease, taking prescribed medications, such as calcium channel blockers, beta-blockers, and nitrates as prescribed can also reduce the risk of heart attack.
Eat a Heart-Healthy Diet
One of the best weapons for improving heart health and preventing heart disease is to start eating a heart-healthy diet. What your loved one eats is important, not only for heart health, but for overall health and longevity. Of course, a strict, unappealing diet is difficult to stick with, so focusing on making most meals healthy and occasionally indulging in a treat is the best option. Some general guidelines to follow to keep senior meals heart-healthy include:
Eat plenty of fruits and veggies. Fresh and frozen options are generally the best. Replace processed, high-calorie foods with satisfying servings of fruits and veggies. They’re also packed with nutrients that can improve heart health and overall health.
Add fish to your diet. Have fish, particularly fish that contains omega-3 fatty acids, such as herring, salmon, and trout, to your diet a couple times a week.
Go with whole grains that are fiber-rich instead of processed white breads and pastas.
Choose low-fat dairy products instead of full-fat options.
Limit your intake of trans and saturated fats. Replace them with healthy polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats.
Reduce your intake of foods and drinks with added sugar.
Go with foods that are low in sodium and start reducing the amount of salt you use when cooking or at the dinner table.
Get ready to recalibrate AND PUSH to a HEALTHY HEART.... join waitlist to be the FIRST IN THE KNOW, click here: https://mailchi.mp/glitteru/heart100-waitlist
Get Moving for a Healthy Heart
Exercise is important for optimal heart health, but it can be more difficult for seniors to stay active as they age, especially for seniors with limited mobility. The good news – you don’t have to head to a gym or spend hours working out to improve your heart health.
Any activity that increase your heart rate is beneficial for your heart. Low impact aerobic activities for seniors work best, such as:
Water aerobics (many swimming pools are wheelchair accessible and have adaptive programs)
Tai chi (or chair tai chi)
Line or square dancing
Yoga (or chair yoga for those with limited mobility)
THIS IS WHY THIS HEART100 TRAINING PROGRAM IS GOING TO BE THE BEST WAY TO GET YOUR HEART HEALTHY! It's a journey of 100 days with a written workout plan for you to do on the daily for 100days. When you join the waitlist, you will be given several options to do the HEART100 program with us.
YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE THIS PROGRAM! It's going to be a resource and final answer/solution on what to do in order to strengthen your HEART HEALTH and get your body moving over the next 100 days. You can repeat the program as many times as you like.
You can do this program any way you choose. One way would be to do each DAY on that day. Example Day 1 - do the exercise to the best of your ability. Day 2 and so on.
You could do DAY 1 and if you feel you didn't do it well, you do it again the next day until you feel successful with the Day 1 WORKOUT then you move on to DAY 2. - this way will allow the program to go even longer than 100 days to get yourself into this daily movement habit. The workouts are not hard. The workouts do not require any equipment and you can do them at home or at the gym or anywhere honestly!
It's a great HEART100 PROGRAM, it's the one I developed with my TEAM OF DRS to get myself back on track and I'm inviting you with open arms to join me on this 100 DAY JOURNEY!! it's a project 100!!
Take Care of Your Mental and Emotional Health
According to Harvard, your mental and emotional health affects every aspect of your life, including your physical health. In fact, research has found a link between an upbeat mental state and a reduced risk for heart disease. On the other hand, chronic fear, stress, frustration, and depression can increase your risk of heart disease.
How can you improve your mental and emotional health to reduce your risk of heart disease? Here are a few suggestions:
Laugh – Laughter reduces stress and relaxes the body, protects the heart, boosts the immune system, and releases endorphins that make you feel good and relieve pain temporarily.
Gratitude – Releasing negative thinking and focusing on gratitude can help you sleep better, improve self-care, and ease depression.
Get Social – Building good relationships and staying social keeps seniors feeling connected, and can have health benefits like reducing the risk for heart problems and Alzheimer’s disease.
Manage Blood Pressure and Cholesterol
High blood pressure and high cholesterol are both conditions that have a big effect on your heart. If you or your senior loved one doesn’t current have high blood pressure or high cholesterol, it’s still important to have these levels checked regularly. Seniors who already have high blood pressure or high cholesterol should take medications prescribed by their doctor and have their levels checked regularly to monitor whether medications are working properly.
Kick Bad Habits
Kicking bad habits like drinking alcohol or smoking can pay off big when you’re working to improve heart health. In fact, smoking is known as the top preventable cause of heart disease. Smoking increases the risk of blood clots, decreases levels of good cholesterol, and increases the risk of both heart attack and stroke. If seniors need help quitting, talk to a physician. Many different medications and supportive tools are available today to help you quit for better health.
Excessive alcohol intake also has the ability to worsen health problems that contribute to heart disease, such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, and arrhythmias. Seniors should have no more than one or two glasses a couple times a week for the best heart health.
100 DAYS OF WORKOUTS! All of these are safe and effective at home or at the gym workouts to get you started on a path to A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE AND A HEALTHY HEART. This program is designed to help you create ever-lasting habits to a HEALTHY HEART AND A HEALTY LIFESTYLE. We create the habit first and the REWARDS will follow! Show up for your HEALTH and your BODY daily! If you fall off track, no biggie, you get back on track using the last day you left off on and pick it back up where you were! No stress, no overthinking - build up your strength over time and challenge yourself to repeat this program again for another 100 days - it's a journey - not a destiny and over time you will build up to repeating the daily challenge up to 3-4X to create a progression workout that you can incorporate on the daily for as long as you can see!! This is HUGE, this is a big step to creating the LIFE YOU WANT and creating the HEALTHY YOU WANT TO experience. It all starts with your commitment to you and these 100 days of working out! YOU'VE GOT THIS! I believe in you. Be sure to "check in" using our private facebook group !!