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.
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.
The right playlist can enhance your run and help provide a great distraction when you push yourself through to the next level. This Monday, load your playlist with the best music for your run, no matter what your mood is.
Everyone knows that exercise is a vital part of a healthy lifestyle. Not everyone realizes how difficult it can be to make room for physical activity in a busy daily schedule. There are a few tricks to making fitness a daily practice and before you know it, you’ll find ways to fill in all of your spare time with beneficial activity. (Maybe not all of it.)
The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are slowly dropping. If your fitness routine needs a seasonal adjustment for the first Monday of the fall, there are plenty of ways to make the transition to cooler weather.
Embarking on a new running routine is a popular choice for people looking to amp up their physical fitness. It’s an exercise that doesn’t require equipment, gets you outside, and can even be done while listening to music or a podcast. However, there is one important part of running that will make your Monday Mile a lot more comfortable and successful: the right shoes. Before your run this Monday, make sure your sneakers can get you across the finish line!
It’s normal to have a case of the blues once in a while. You could feel stuck in a rut or feel like you have no direction. Maybe you’re just not feeling like yourself. While clinical depression is something to discuss with your doctor, there is an inexpensive and scientifically backed way to deal with a more incidental dip in your mood: exercise. If you’re in a slump this Monday, make time for working out to give your outlook a boost!
How do you feel after a vigorous workout? (Besides sweaty?) If you’ve ever felt buzzed, you’re like many who have experienced the so-called “runner’s high.” Scientists have been studying this post-workout sensation for years, and it may have a more complicated explanation. High-impact workouts do have an intoxicating effect on the brain, so when you get into high gear this Monday, make sure you get your brain in gear, too!