As the days get shorter, exercising outdoors becomes more dangerous. To avoid any new potential hazards, we’ve compiled a list of safety tips for working out at dusk, dawn, and every time in between.
Dogs are our best friends, and apparently, they’re also pretty reliable workout partners. Results from a large-scale study show that dog owners are four times more likely to meet daily physical activity guidelines than non-dog owners.
You know you’ve uttered the words: “But I don’t have time to work out” to yourself dozens, if not hundreds, of times. It’s OK, you don’t need a lot of time to fit in some exercise. You only need time to move a bit. There are a few times throughout the day when you can squeeze in a walk without disrupting your schedule.
Being outside can greatly contribute to your health and wellbeing. On Monday, try visiting a park for a fresh perspective on your workout.
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!
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.
Doing good makes you feel good. This Monday, consider joining a charity event that gets you moving and giving back.
Even the simplest movements and exercises can benefit your health. This Monday, incorporate some low-impact exercises into your day.
April is Move More Month, and this Monday is a great time to get in gear! Walking is one of the best exercises you can do for a variety of reasons. Use this Monday to kick-start your walking routine then use every Monday to move towards a healthier lifestyle.
If your walking routine needs a refresh, this Monday is a great time to make a change. One idea that has many benefits is joining a walking group. Walking with friends or companions can make the time go by faster and give you a competitive edge!