New Year, New Mindset:
building health and fitness habits that last
Date: 18th January 2022
When we talk about the new year, one word often comes to mind: resolutions. Whether you hate or love the tradition, for many people, a new year is a fresh start – an opportunity to try something new or work towards a goal that you’ve set yourself.
But where do you start? How do you sustain it beyond January? And how do you focus on what’s right for you versus what everyone else is doing?
We got your back.
Welcome to the first of a series of educational webinars hosted by Dr Hazel Wallace, founder of The Food Medic, and three different experts each month.
To kick start the new year we are focusing on how to successfully build health and fitness habits that last by providing you with tools to help you make, and stick to, new habits beyond January and help you approach your goals in a way that offers you the greatest chance at achieving them.
In this 2 hour webinar we will be focusing on:
- Behaviour change and the psychology of building habits.
- How to approach specific and general fitness goals in order to get results
- Building positive nutrition habits and improving your relationship with food.
Webinar slides and virtual goodie bags will be sent within a week of viewing the live webinar, along with CPD certificate.
[For student discount: please email [email protected] with a picture of your student ID]
6:05-6:35: Psychology and behaviour: The key to making lasting changes with Joe O’Brien
6:35-07:05: Nutrition as Self Care in 2022 with Maeve Hanan RD
07:05 -7:35: How to set and achieve your fitness goals in 2022 with Adam willis
07:35-0:755: Panel discussion hosted by Dr Hazel Wallace
About our speakers
Dr Hazel Wallace
Dr Hazel Wallace, founder of The Food Medic, is an NHS medical doctor, registered nutritionist (ANutR), and best-selling author. She also hosts the podcast The Food Medic where she speaks to experts and thought leaders on topics of nutrition, health, and mindset.
Joe is currently completing a Doctorate in Health Psychology, with a special interest in the psychology of behaviour change. He runs 1-1 and group sessions in his private clinic. Joe has designed and delivered the “Health Psychology in Practice” course for Health Professionals – a 2 day training course for Health Professionals who want to learn about the psychology of behaviour change. Joe runs the Instagram page @headfirst0 and has a podcast titled “The Head First Podcast”. He is currently completing research on how psychology impacts weight loss.
Maeve Hanan is a Registered Dietitian who has a range of experience in clinical nutrition and nutrition communication. She is passionate about evidence-based nutrition and helping people to improve their relationship with food, in a compassionate and weight-inclusive way. Maeve founded Dietetically Speaking in 2015 when she began to share nutrition messages online and on social media. As well as her work on social media, Maeve provides one to one support and runs online courses for those who struggle with their relationship with food.
Adam is a Personal Trainer with 20 years of industry experience, both training people in-person and online. As part of The Food Medic team Adam leads on Fitness and Training content..