Move It Monday’s Most Popular Practices of 2020
The year 2020 is finally coming to an end, and it couldn’t come soon enough! To prepare you for a healthy and happy new year, we are sharing our most popular Move It Monday articles from 2020. These four articles received the most attention from our audience (you), and we have collected them all here in one neat package for your reading pleasure.
This Monday, let’s get ready for 2021 with a renewed commitment to getting, or staying, active.
Going to the gym isn’t always the best option when you want to work out. In fact, sometimes it is not an option at all. For many, hitting the gym may not be a safe option, and if it is, it can be costly; both for your bank account and your precious free-time. If you’re trying to stay safe, save time and money, or you’re simply more comfortable working out at home, try these creative ways to work out without a gym
The idea behind habit stacking is simple: add a new behavior to your daily schedule by “stacking it” on top of an existing habit. For example, as you wait for your coffee to brew in the morning, you can easily do a few sets of high knees or a light jog-in-place. By stacking enough of these habits, you’ll add a surprising amount of extra physical activity into your daily routine without even realizing it.
Yoga is accessible to all ages and ability levels. Doing a few simple movements throughout the day can help relieve built-up tension, as well as reduce strain and stress on your joints, stave off stress, and build strength.
The F.I.T.T. formula (frequency, intensity, type, and time) is a flexible exercise framework that can help bring structure to your fitness routine. By altering one of the four variables, you can tailor your workout to overcome challenges and meet specific fitness goals.