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HUNT OUT YOUR MATES
By Sam Whitelock
Live Well Farm Well
Farmstrong's focus is on farmers and helping farmers to see
hen I'm not involved with rugby, or spending time with
my family, I'm quite often looking for an opportunity to themselves as the most important asset on the farm, but the overal
head for the big outdoors.
I'm an avid hunter. There's something quite relaxing For me it's about creating small positive habits. If we introduce these
in getting away from the busyness of life and connecting intoour daily lives then we reap the benefits over the long term
advice on their website can cut across for others as well.
with nature and your mates. If you're a regular reader of this catalogue, Ifyou're interested to know more, or have a few farming buddies that
then you'll likely know whatI mean. When we're under the pump, we might, head along to www.farmstrong.co.nz and while there have a look
often tell ourselves that we have to put in extra hours and keep working. atthe "Turn on Your Core" video and see if you're up for the challenge.
Sometimes though, one of the best ways to get through is to actually
stop, take a break and come back with a fresh perspective
A recent example of this for me was around line-out training. Things
weren't working as we wanted to, so instead of continuing on and
standing right next to each other, I went and stood 25 metres back.
It was brilliant; you see everything and have a better chance of
working out if it's the throw or the jump that needs work.
Getting into the outdoors helps me get a fresh perspective on things and
I usually return to home life and rugby with a new energy and new ideas.
It also allows me to connect with my mates-and connections, even
small ones, are really important for our emotional wellbeing.
Next time you head out hunting or fishing or tramping, even if it's for
the day, why not ask a friend or colleague who you think could do with
a break to head along? Our instincts are usually pretty good at spotting
when someone needs to hit the refresh button, plus you just might
introduce them to a world of the great outdoors they didn't already
know about. Taking a break and connecting with friends are just two
of the wellbeing tips promoted by rural wellbeing programme
ljoined the Farmstrong team as their ambassador as
I'm passionate about helping people to see the
importance of investing in themselves, and that
emotional fitness is equally as important as physical
Getting into the outdoors helps me
get a fresh perspective on things and I
usually return to home life and rugby
with a new energy and new ideas.9
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