What are the benefits of getting up early? Why join the 5am club and what’s all the hype about? Well…Getting up early has multiple benefits. Statistics say that those who rise early and sleep before 10pm are far less likely to fall into poor eating patterns, sleep patterns, work patterns and bad habits throughout the day!
We all know sugar tastes good and it’s hard to stop at just a small sample of anything deliciously sweet. But are you addicted? It’s certainly possible, as sugar activates opiate receptors in your brain to make you feel good emotionally, even if only in the short term. But once the sugar high wears off, you can be headed for an energy crash, headaches and fluctuating hormones which becomes a vicious cycle as you reach for the next quick ‘pick me up’. There are clear benefits of quitting sugar on performance for athletes, so it’s time to get real and look at what happens to your body when you give sugar the flick for good.
We all know we feel better after a good night’s sleep. But as athletes, while we are often highly committed to our training sessions and love to tick those completion boxes, the reality is that we don’t always prioritize our recovery in the same way.
There’s nothing more comforting then a cup of hot chocolate. Pair it with your favourite book and it’s the perfect addition to your relaxation routine. Our latest Bindi release has some very special ingredients and you can discover why everyone is obsessed with our new hot chocolate. As with all of our Bindi products we’ve…