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Push Back

Thoughts of the week

“Push Back”

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We’ve had a really tough week! One where literally everything goes wrong, one problem after enough crops up, almost everyone you deal with everyday is more challenging than useful and a mountain of things you need to do piles up because a mountain of things you have to do is piling up!

  • Fortunately we’ve managed to stay on top of it and here’s how:
  • Accept – What’s happening. Try to understand why but at the same time don’t over think it.
  • Prioritise – What needs to be done first. Is something more important than the other. Make a list and work through it as realistically as possible based on priority.
  • Delegate – Get others to help you. Any is useful. The more people that can help you deal with the problem the quicker it will get resolved.
  • Update – The situation or people your are managing. Let the necessary people know you are aware, what you plan to do about it and when it will be done by.
  • Systems – Have set of “things” that working together as part of a mechanism or an interconnecting network. A set of principles or procedures according to which something is done in an organised scheme or method help a lot.
  • Processes – Everyone or every organisation should follow a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end.
  • Review – When possible try to gain on oversight of everything going on and keep re-prioritising.
  • Time – Dedicate as much time as you can to getting it done but the some for yourself to regroup, refocus and recharge.

Consider the above next time you are in a similar situation…

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Exercise of the week

Development | Recovery | Mobilise | Level 1 | Stages A to E | Progressions
  • Spinal mobility combinations
  • Roll/crawl/sprawl combinations
  • Hurdle/stick combinations
  • Hip openers
  • Walking combinations 

Find out more about this here

Recipe of the week

“Tofu, broccoli, carrot & hoisin stir fry”

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  • Drain organic tofu then roughly chop into bite size pieces. Marinate for as long as possible in hoisin sauce whilst refrigerating.
  • Roughly dice red onion, red chilli, broccoli & carrot then fry in hot wok with olive oil.
  • Once vegetables start to sizzle add tofu & a little more hoisin sauce.
  • Add sea salt & ground black pepper to season.
  • Stir fry until all ingredients are coated with sauce & starting to brown in colour.
  • Plate & serve as in picture

Find out more about our nutrition plans here

Training song of the week

Changes – The Policy, Tessa Rose Jackson

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