Raise your hand if you have ever said, “I need to get back on track” or “I need to start exercising”.
With the number if alterations to daily schedules after 2020, as if that is not stressful enough, it is dangerously easy to let your schedule detail a dedicated exercise routine or new healthy lifestyle goals. Exercise is good for your body, it can also boost your mood, improve your sleep, help you deal with depression, anxiety, stress, and more.
You already know from our past wellness articles:
Here are a few tips to help you kickstart the process of getting back on track, and don’t forget to keep things in perspective - even if you’ve been off your game for three weeks straight, that’s still only about 0.05% of your entire year.
What is your go-to move when you feel overextended?
- Spend a few minutes stretching, here are several mobility exercises.
- Drink a glass of water the benefits of this seem endless.
- Move your body, find some enjoyment in what you’re doing, and be kind to yourself.
- Step Outside, exercise is not always in a gym; hiking is a natural exercise.