Weekly Practices

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Fall is here, and that means hot apple cider, horror movies, and a lot more flannel; but the changing of the season also means new opportunities for outdoor activities.
Regardless of age or ability level, sometimes it’s just hard to find the energy, motivation, or confidence to get back into a workout routine, but by identifying our own fitness fears, we are better equipped to address and overcome them.
This Monday, we’re encouraging you to move it with your kids. But where to start? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with five simple physical activities that parents and kids can do together.
Yoga is relaxing. Plus, it helps stave off stress and anxiety, builds strength, improves cardiovascular health, and curbs low-back pain. Start your week moving with some yoga on Monday.
This Monday, set the intention to “spice up” your daily walk with different strength-building, mindfulness, and breathing techniques that can be adapted to each individual’s comfort and ability level.
Making slight modifications to your daily routine can lead to monumental life transformations. If you want to expand your range of motion and incorporate more physical activity into your day, then you’ve got to go small and walk home.
Move It Positive Affirmations Feature
Positive affirmations can help motivate you to pursue new healthy habits and overcome existing challenges by replacing that little negative voice in the back of your head with words of encouragement.
Move It Endurance Featured
Incorporating regular aerobic workouts into your weekly fitness routine can help you stay healthy by reducing the risk of major health conditions such as obesity, heart disease, and high blood pressure.
Move It Habit Stacking Featured
Many of us make coffee in the morning, and the brewing process takes between 5 – 10 minutes. During the time you wait for your coffee, you can easily add a new better-for-you behavior into your schedule, such as a few sets of high knees or light jogging in place.
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