В профессиональный фитнес приходят из совершенно разных профессий. История доктора Хейзел Уоллэс не стала исключением. Девушке 26 лет и она не бросила основную профессию, Хейзел также работает в больнице при Университетском колледже Лондона. Однако в сфере фитнеса с недавних пор доктора Хейзел Уоллэс знают гораздо больше людей, чем среди пациентов.
Во время работы в больнице девушка не только начала активно тренироваться, но и завела специальную страничку в Instagram, где стала делиться своими тренировками и полезным питанием. Таким образом, на страничке доктора уже 166 тысяч подписчиков. И возможно это только начало.
Самое удивительное, что девушка проводит огромное количество времени на работе, но при этом успевает тренироваться несколько раз в день, а также регулярно радовать себя и своих поклонников новыми полезными блюдами. Дисциплина Хейзел просто на высшем уровне. У девушки нет каких-то слишком сильных ограничений по питанию, однако следит за своим рационом она очень серьезно. Хейзел пишет и уже готовит к публикации свою книгу о здоровом питании.
Отдельно стоит сказать о рабочем дне девушки. Ее смена длится 12 часов, а иногда доктору и вовсе приходится работать по одиннадцать дней подряд, да еще и по ночам. Остается только удивляться, как девушка умудряется находить время на тренировки и правильное питание, а также регулярно держать себя в идеальной форме. Ее история отличный ответ всем тем, кто сетует на занятость при вопросах о фитнесе и правильном питании.
One of the most asked questions I get, if not THE most asked, is "how do you fit it all in?" and I usually laugh, shrug my shoulders, and answer that I'm just really good with time management, which usually leaves the interviewer very unsatisfied ☺️ But It's true! I've no huge secret that I'm keeping from you guys. I just work hard and manage my time as best I can, however, after juggling two jobs for a year now I've picked up a few "hacks" which help me stay fit and healthy even when seems a little crazy. First things first, I want to say that you are not a unhealthy, or lazy, if you miss a workout, or if you grab a pizza on your way home after a long day. Sometimes life gets in the way, and things may not go plan. In order to be "balanced" we are expected to do it ALL in a day - work, the gym, the grocery shop, mediation, yoga, writing, reading. I find it overwhelming, so I'm sure some of you do to. Frankly, you don't need to do it all in one day. If you can make it to the gym 3 times a week that's incredible, but if you can only squeeze in a home workout that's great too. If you can meditate for 10 minutes in your day then fantastic, but if you can only do it once a week for the moment then that's what you should do. If you can cancel (yes cancel) some of the things on your to-do list that you don't really need to do (like that event you got invited to that you really don't want to go to, or to finish that book that you're really not enjoying) then I urge you to do that too. If you are struggling to fit fitness into your day, I've shared some tips in my latest blog post. Find it on www.thefoodmedic.co.uk 🌸 Wearing: @reebokwomenuk #hazelwallace #thefoodmedic #thefoodmedicbook
Morning ✌🏼 Just checking in to tell you that the second episode of my #summermeds series with Richie (@thestrengthtemple) will be tomorrow, Thursday 13th July at 8:30pm (GMT + 1) on my Facebook page! 📺 This is your opportunity to try out a little bit of meditation and basically chill out after a long day at work 🙏 I promise we will only keep you for 20 minutes of your time and you will have a rested nights sleep afterwards 😴 Ps. Outfit is @reebokwomenuk ❤️ #TheFoodMedic #HazelWallace
"How are you so happy all of the time?", "How do you stay so positive", "How do you have enough energy to do everything you do?" 🤷🏽♀️ I get asked these questions ALL the time. I can honestly say that I love my life 🙏I'm very happy, but I haven't always been. I know what it's like to not want to get out of bed in the morning, to not want to go out and socialise, to not want to eat or even wash my hair. I've been there, but I've come out the other side a stronger person. I'm really grateful for my health, one of the reasons I've dedicated my life to helping others regain their health, and I celebrate that everyday! I changed my career path so that I could fulfil my dreams. I did what they said couldn't be done. I'm now a doctor, a personal trainer, a public speaker, an author, a blogger, and an entrepreneur. I'm living my dream.. BUT don't get me wrong I have bad days, like really bad days. I mean my job is really rewarding but it is also very stressful, exhausting, and often times, heartbreaking. The thing is, that's life. We all have bad days despite where we live in the world, or what our job is, or how much money we have - hell even Beyoncé has bad days 💁🏽It's how you chose to react to those days that decides how you're going to feel. You can allow it to annoy or upset you, make you angry and ruin your day, or you can try to accept that it happened, look for a solution, or take a deep breath and move on. The only environment we have control of is our internal one, so make that one a happy place 🙏 📸 @jonpaynephoto #hazelwallace #thefoodmedic
Why do you workout? 🤔For me it's not just about building a strong, healthy body, but about building resilience, developing focus and regaining mental clarity. I’ve always pushed myself academically throughout my life, at school, at university, and now as a doctor, BUT but it wasn’t until I pushed myself physically that I discovered my true inner strength. I think the biggest lesson I learnt was that failure is not final. I was that person that would beat themselves up for not coming first, I was the sore loser. Then I changed my form of thinking and approached failure as an opportunity for progress, not the opportunity to quit. Exercising to build muscle or lose weight is great if your goal is purely physical, but pushing through a hard workout does a lot more than strengthen your body - it strengthens your mind 🙏Every session isn’t about absolutely destroying yourself, but when you take yourself out of your comfort zone and have to dig deep to stand up to new challenges - that is when your truly become a stronger person 🙌🏽 Wearing the @reebokwomenuk #CitySeries sports bra and Cosmic tights 💜 #GirlSquad #ReebokDelta #hazelwallace #thefoodmedic
There's not many girls who don't love; A) Shopping B) A good bargain 🙋🏽 Well ladies, I've got something exciting to share with you! 🙌🏽 My good friend @chessiekingg has organised a charity meet up and clothing sale with some of your favourite bloggers and Instagrammers ⭐️ We will be donating loads of our own clothes and selling them on the day to raise money for the eating disorder charity BEAT 💛 I have collected so much clothing over the past year or two from my own shopping, shoots, and working with brands and I can't wait for them to find a new home! 🎀Unfortunately I won't be there on the day because I'm working at the hospital this weekend but someone will be there on my behalf. I have donated 3 big balls of clothes and trainers and most of it has never been worn before, so it's your chance to nab a bargain! 🛍The event is taking place at @daisygreencollection Paddington from 3-5:30pm this Sunday 2nd July 📅Some of the other girls contributing are: @healthychefsteph @rhitrition @clean_eating_alice @tallyrye @wheresmollie @twicethehealth @gracefituk @activeinstyle ❤️ Photo by: @jonpaynephoto Wearing: @topshop (ps. I'm too in love with this dress to part with it!) #thefoodmedic #hazelwallace
Why do we find it so hard to accept compliments? Most of us blush, look away, laugh awkwardly, or deny the comment. I know that used to be me! Now I say THANK YOU 🙏After years of self scrutiny, I'm willing to accept my body. I don't know if I will ever say that my body is 100% perfect, I doubt that many people could ever say that? But I accept it and I love it. I love it for running me up and down the stairs on a busy shift, I love it for the strength it provides me in the gym, I love it for learning to cope when I push it through travel and time zones, I love it for making me feel fit and strong, but I love it the most for all the scars and the stories they tell - the scar from my hernia repair as a kid, the stretch marks on my legs from when I took my growth spurt (albeit minimal!), the tattoos on my skin which I've collected over the years, the scars and bumps on my shins from deadlifts and box jumps gone wrong, the mark under my lip from my piercing as a teen, and the two freckles on my left cheek, which I used to cover up and now embrace! 💛 After a series of heartbreaking events recently and almost a loss of faith in the humanity and kindness of others, how about we show a little bit of love to someone we care about today? ❤️🙏 Tag one of your friends, your partner, or your parent, and tell them something you love about them, and ask them to do the same for you! 📸 Photo: @jonpaynephoto, 👙Swimswuit @sweatybetty #thefoodmedic #hazelwallace #thefoodmedicbook
So you want to start a blog? When I started blogging I had no clue where to start or who to speak to, so I just sort of made it up and hoped for the best! To be honest there is no right or wrong way to blogging and you will find everyone has there own way of doing it! However I come across lots of people who are unsure about how to start and it tends to put them off writing a blog. So I thought I would share some of my humble (non-professional!) tips on how to get set up, and if you find it useful, I would be more than happy to continue sharing my tips and advice on blogging in a sort of mini series! Would this be something of interest? please leave your thoughts below! and if this is something you're interested in, head over to www.hazelwallace.co.uk to read my first post 'Blogging 101: How to get started!'📸@jonpaynephoto #Hazelwallace #Thefoodmedic