This Monday, try tracking your fitness progress to help you achieve your goals. It can reveal the success you’ve achieved, help you stay motivated, and encourage you to continually challenge yourself.
April is Stress Awareness Month. While many may dismiss stress as just part of life, it is actually known as a ‘silent killer,’ and is a result of the negative health outcomes it can trigger. Now is the time to listen to what your stress is saying before it stresses you out. This Monday, reconnect to your plan to stay fit and keep moving to overcome your stress.
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.
Did you know several of the activities you do every day might actually burn as many calories as a light workout? It doesn’t take much movement to get the benefits of exercise. Start where you are! Turn mundane activities into Move It Monday opportunities, from chores to errands, there’s plenty you can do to keep moving.
Re-discover your commitment to exercise by organizing a Monday Mile. Create a one-mile group walk, jog, or run with family, friends, or colleagues to make your Mondays memorable!
The easiest way to customize how much exercise you need and what’s right for you is to apply a simple formula known as F.I.T.T. : Frequency, Intensity, Type, and Time. This Monday, we share the principles of F.I.T.T. for you to create the right exercise routine to meet your fitness goals.
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.
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!
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.