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    5 Quick Tips To Stay Motivated While Stuck At Home with Team ICON Meals Athlete Scott Herman

    5 Quick Tips To Stay Motivated While Stuck At Home with Team ICON Meals Athlete Scott Herman

    When you are STUCK at home, staying motivated to do ANYTHING starts to become an intense game of MENTAL WAREFARE. It is SO EASY to slack off and fall into REALLY BAD HABITS and I am talking from experience. I’ve been working from home for years and growing up I always thought it would be the MOST AMAZING thing ever. And don’t get me wrong, it certainly has its perks, but after a while the lines start to blur between “work time” and “relax time”. It’s almost like when you leave the house you compartmentalize different parts of your life and certain surroundings stimulate different outcomes.

    For example, when you get to your job, your brain KNOWS it’s time to WORK. When you get to the gym your brain KNOWS it’s time to LIFT. Then when you get home, your brain knows it’s time to RELAX. But now, all that’s out the window and I know A LOT of you are already starting to experience a bit of depression, cabin fever and demotivation. Whatever the case may be, if you don’t put an end to it NOW, it will continue to go downhill FAST! So here are my 5 tips to stay motivated to keep training while you are stuck at home.

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    How To Sleep Better? Tips/Tricks/Supplements

    How To Sleep Better? Tips/Tricks/Supplements

    Struggle sleeping through the night? Or maybe, even getting to sleep is a challenge?

    With so much emphasis on morning routines, I’ll be the first to say a bedtime routine is even more important to ensure great sleep. 

    You need around 7-9 hours of sleep a night. Any less than 6 and fat loss becomes harder, cravings increase and your brain feels foggy, leading to impulsive decisions, like running through the McDonald’s drive-thru instead of packing a wholesome breakfast.  

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