25 January 2023
Contributor - Fitness & Yoga Instructor
Now that COVID-19 lockdown restrictions have started easing, it’s time to get back into group training again. That’s why My Muscle Chef has called upon their top fitness ambassadors to programme workouts that you can enjoy with a friend! Check out the workouts I’ve put together for MOVE WITH MYMC...
Hey! I’m Nicholas Kelly. I’m a Founder and Senior Instructor at Barry’s Australia, and I am also a Certified Yoga Instructor. I have been working as a Personal Trainer, and Group Exercise Instructor for over 7 years between both Melbourne and Sydney!
For MOVE WITH MYMC, I have written out 2 yoga routines that you can do with a friend, however you can also complete these on your own if you like.
Yoga Flow 1 is a beginner flow, which is perfect for first-time yogi’s or those wanting to softly move the body.
Flow 2 is a more advanced yoga flow (but is also accessible to first-timers), with a few more advanced yoga poses and balances.
There are a multitude of physical and general health benefits that are linked to yoga. Feel free to Google them, you’ll have a field trip! For me personally, it is the space...the time to reconnect with myself. The practice always has something to offer. Every time you step on the mat, something changes!
Training with a buddy is the best. It keeps you accountable, and also gives you a social fix. There’s a special connecting shared when you’re sweating it out with someone else and releasing endorphins together. Fitness should never be a chore, and this is one easy way to make it that little bit more special!
I like my post workout meals to be quick and easy! Hence why partnering with MYMC was a no brainer. After spending my energy in a workout the last thing I want to be doing is giving it my all in the kitchen (not to mention the dishes after). All I want to do post sweat is chuck my Chicken Paella in the microwave for 90 seconds. Sit back, and refuel!
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