Ever since I started sharing my exercise snacks on my social media in 2019, and then ‘Sky News’ featured my advent snack calendar, in my gut I knew it was the perfect solution for our busy, time-poor lives and that I wanted to help the world reframe the way we look and approach fitness.
My mission has been to help as many people of ALL ages as I can to feel good physically and mentally and reduce risks of chronic illnesses. I want to break the barriers of time, cost and motivation and exercise snacking has been the perfect way to get people started (backed by some amazing research) and forms my “Feel Good Fitness Prescription”.
My slogan has been to ‘Exercise for Sanity not Vanity’ – now the title of my TEDx Talk – and I want us to focus on how it makes us feel, rather than how we look.
My TED talk encompasses all my messages, tips, tricks and snacks to provide a free Feel Good Toolkit to takeaway to help you thrive on your feel good journeys.
I couldn’t have asked to have been invited to better TEDx platform and audience – youth (with no teleprompter!)
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Being able to instil healthy habits from a young age so they become part of their everyday lifestyles in the long run. With the challenges children face these days and the alarming statistics around mental health, this was an ideal audience. And especially as I am mum to three!
I want this talk to help everyone – my free workouts have been used by up to age 100, people globally, of all abilities – so the principles and key messages of this talk apply to everyone.
All I ask of you is to share it with your children, family, friends, schools, teachers, workplaces, communities and contacts.
I hope you enjoy watching, start snacking on exercise and thank you for your support on my mission.
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Lavina Mehta was awarded an MBE for services to health and fitness during Covid-19. She is passionate about promoting the health benefits of exercise to treat, prevent and reduce risks of common chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s and osteoporosis.
*Info: Lavina Mehta MBE
*Info: Lavina TEDx Talk