Working from home doesn’t have to be a pain. There are movements and mini-workouts you can do throughout the day to spare your spine, lower back, and posture.
The F.I.T.T. formula (frequency, intensity, type, and time) is a flexible exercise framework used to organize and manage your fitness routine. By altering one of the four variables, you can tailor your workout to meet specific fitness goals.
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.
An important way to avoid injury and stay active is knowing your fitness level. A quick self-assessment can help you identify which parts of your body are strong and which parts may need attention.
This Monday, let the outdoors be your gymnasium. Exercising in a park or wooded area allows you to experience the beauty of nature while getting in your daily physical activity.
We know regular physical activity is important, but doing the same exercises can get tiresome. This Monday, give yourself something to look forward to by diversifying your workouts.
Being more flexible means lower risk of injury, improved posture, and better body control. Get started with these easy-to-execute movements for better flexibility.
Exercise is more than just aerobics and strength training. Balance is a less acknowledged component of physical fitness that can reduce your risk of injury.
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