Looking for some enjoyable activities you can do with your partner to get moving this Monday? Why not get started on the right foot with some dancing!
Does your schedule ever feel too packed for a 30-minute session of exercise? There are a million things to do every day, and sometimes it feels impossible to get it all done. This Monday, learn how short bursts of physical activity throughout the day can add up to make a big difference, like a stronger heart and lower blood pressure.
Mix it up! This Monday, plan to stir up your exercise routine. Studies show diversifying exercise routines avoids stagnant results. If you do the same routine over and over, it could be time to explore some new work out options.
You’ve stuck with it, through long hot days and short colds ones. It’s time to reward yourself for a year of physical activity and fitness challenges. Pick Monday to give yourself the gift of self-care.
True, when winter comes we spend more time inside. But that doesn’t mean we have to stop being active! To keep moving on Monday, consider joining or scheduling an intramural game with your friends, family, co-workers, and other folks.
It’s the end of the year, and with the holidays and New Year’s, you’re probably spending more time with your friends and family than you usually do. Maintain a fitness routine during the holidays by rallying your seasonal support system to keep moving this Monday.
Planks, jumping jacks, mountain climbers – when you do them together it can be more fun, more challenging, and science says, better for you. Build a routine on Monday with some fresh ideas for group fitness.
This Monday, get more out of your gym. Consider expanding your skill set by exploring different kinds of training and equipment to make you stronger, more balanced, and fit.
Grab a hat, a scarf, and add some layers to keep moving this Monday! Don’t let the cooler weather stop you from exercising outside. Fresh air and a dose of nature will rejuvenate any workout. Here are four reasons and tips to have the ideal outside experience.
It’s Thanksgiving week and many of us are busy finishing up projects at work, traveling to see family, or planning to cook for the big day on Thursday. Make the time this Monday for some pre-holiday physical activity!