Sarah’s three non-negotiables for movement

Sarah Cowley-Ross talking about her movement and it's importance for her



For Sarah movement and exercise were once something she did to help her physically however she now understands the impact it has across many aspects of life including her mental health! 

Sarah shares with us her three non-negotiables for movement: 

  1. Never miss a Monday!
  2. Never go three days without exercise!
  3. Something is better than nothing!

Sarah and Daz also talk about the unnecessary pressure we put on ourselves to exercise for a certain amount of time otherwise we think “what’s the point?”, actually the point is that you are doing something for yourself! Sarah shares a few great and fun ideas including trying to fit as much in one minute as you can or exercising for just one song! This then means that if anything you’ve done something, and generally once you start, one song will turn into two and you never know where you’ll go! 

Ultimately Sarah is passionate about making sure she finds her movement moments to allow her to show up as the best version of herself across everything she does!

If anything we hope Sarah’s epic line at the end brings you a bit of motivation for the day, “Sharks don’t get tired on Mondays”, absolutely epic! 


To hear more from our epic kōrero with Sarah, click here! 

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