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Trainer’s Tip: Beating The Post-Lunch Training Lull


Annie Lawler suggests some ways to perk up delegates for the afternoon session.

1. What you give them for lunch will affect the depth of the dip! Try to keep away from sandwiches, red meat and foods that lie heavy on the digestive system and stick to light foods like fish, salads, fruit and vegetables.

2. Make sure everyone has at least five minutes outdoors before they come back into the room and they take a brisk walk rather than just standing around. This gets the circulation going.

3. When you're in the room, get people to take three very deep breaths into the abdomen (not just the chest area - that's too shallow) to get lots of oxygen into the lungs.

4. Then do a series of shoulder and head rolls to release any tension.

5. Make sure windows are open to increase air supply to the room or turn down the air con, so it's a little cool.
You can then continue with an absorbing and challenging activity which should dust away any remaining cobwebs!

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