When you’re getting ready for your workout this Monday, remember that you’ll need the right foods to fuel up before and after you get moving.
Do you experience the weekday afternoon slump? Try adding a mid-day workout! Using your lunch hour to get some physical activity may have positive effects on the way you work during the day.
February is American Heart Month and we’re highlighting some of the positive impacts physical activity can have on your heart. Making a plan to become more active has many benefits to your health.
New routines can take some time to get going. If you’ve been trying to make your day more active, use this Monday to check in on your progress and to stay on track. Did you use January to make a new resolution? Consider Mondays instead! You can resolve to keep moving and try new activities every week. You haven’t fallen off the wagon yet! You might just need to make some minor adjustments.
If you’re using this Monday to begin a new fitness routine, this is a great step toward following a healthy lifestyle! However, before you start moving, make sure you start smart and ease yourself in.
Getting your body moving is one of the best things you can do for your health and well-being. But before you embark on your fitness outing, make sure you’re prepared.
Not an athlete? Not a problem! This Monday, you can still celebrate the beginning of spring training by getting yourself into gear for a new season.
This Monday, move more and sit less! Many of us spend a big part of the day being sedentary. Physical activity is important for heart health and blood circulation, not to mention bone health and muscle tone.
If you’ve ever wished you had someone cheering you on or a coach to motivate you during a workout, look no further than your significant other! There are plenty of benefits to getting moving with a partner, including a romantic one.
This Monday, before breaking out a great red outfit for Wear Red Day, get your body moving and your heart beating!