If you’re worrying about putting on holiday weight this season, you may have a reason to breathe easier. Several daily activities that you do while planning for the holidays might actually burn as many calories as a light workout.
Shopping for the holidays doesn’t have to get in the way of your workout schedule – in fact, it can be a good workout all by itself! If you’re heading to the mall this Monday, you can still do your Monday Mile!
Even if the weather has cooled off, it’s still a great time to take a walk outside and complete a Monday Mile. But if you’re getting a bit bored with your walking routine, there are plenty of ways to change things up a bit.
Now that the holiday season has officially kicked off, it may be tempting to give yourself a break when it comes to your workout routine. Rather than skip out on fitness, use this Monday to recommit to your workout and keep your momentum going!
It’s still possible to squeeze in a quick, effective workout that can keep your metabolism running before Thanksgiving Day. What better day to take advantage of this than this Monday?
Delayed onset muscle soreness strikes hours after a workout and can leave you achy and unmotivated. Don’t let DOMS get in the way of your fitness goals this Monday – your journey to a healthier life has just begun!
Adapting your workout routine for the changing season is a breeze. Just make sure to consider an important aspect of the shifting calendar and how it affects your workout: daylight, or the lack thereof.
If you spent the last week keeping up with your fitness routine, then you’ve earned the right to celebrate on Monday!
Signing up for a gym membership is a great way to motivate yourself to get out of the house to work out. When you finally head to the gym on Monday, make sure you have a plan that works for your body and your schedule.
Stretching is more important than you think, especially if you spend the majority of your day sitting at a desk. Take a moment on Monday to make stretching a part of your routine, even when you’re not getting ready for an intense workout.