by Tony Gjokaj October 04, 2021 1 min read

Today I wanted to introduce you to the Reforge Yourself 30 Day Mental Health Habit Challenge (A mouthful)!

In this challenge, you will complete 5 small tasks per day which essentially help you build some habits that will improve your health.

These tasks are as follows:

  • Drink 8 Cups of Water. Drinking water regularly helps you stay hydrated, improves mood, and more.
  • 15-30 Minutes of Daily Exercise. This will help you get into the habit of exercise. 3.5 hours (30 min daily) of weekly exercise has been shown to improve mental health.
  • Eat Protein With Most Meals. Protein is very important for exercise, health, fatigue management, and more.
  • Eat More Fruits & Vegetables. 3-5 servings of fruits and vegetables is a minimum needed to get more nutrients and dietary fiber. Proper nutrients helps with health, recovery, mental health, and more.
  • 15 Minutes of Fresh Air. Take a brief break and enjoy nature, it will reduce stress. Even better if you can get sun exposure as it produces Vitamin D. Vitamin D is associated with better overall health and wellbeing.

You can download the graphic below:

Let us know if you participate in the challenge, and tag us on Social Media whenever you complete your days!

Feel free to also ask questions at support@reforgedperformance.com or direct message us on Instagram.

Until next time!

Tony Gjokaj
Tony Gjokaj

Tony is the Owner of Reforged Performance Nutrition. He is a PN1 Certified Nutrition Coach and has been in the fitness space for over a decade. His goal is to help bridge the gap between physical & mental health through fitness.



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