Physical fitness and mental health are deeply interconnected. Research shows that regular exercise positively impacts your mental well-being. It reduces stress, anxiety, and depression while enhancing your mood and cognitive function.
Maintaining a consistent workout routine can be challenging in the fast-paced world of business travel. Long flights, busy schedules, and unfamiliar environments can make finding time for health and fitness needs difficult.
The winter blues hit around the same time each year as daylight decreases and chilly weather rolls in. This results in less sunlight, less time outside, and more temptation to stay on the couch binge-watching Netflix instead of moving your body and cooking whole, healthy foods.
When seasonal allergies hit, it can feel hard to keep up with anything. With the abundance of allergy supplements on the market, it’s easy to forget that there are lifestyle factors that can come into play.
There is nothing wrong with embracing motivation when it is high, but you have to be ready for the (inevitable) dip in motivation that comes when the “New Year New Me” mindset wears off. These tips will help you assess your January resolutions and make needed shifts to ensure you continue working towards your goals in February.
It is common to get excited about a new goal and want to go all in. Why only hit the gym a few times per week when you can aim for six days and reach your strength goal faster? Why only aim for your protein target when you can hit all your targets and reach your weight loss goal sooner?
‘If your goals don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough’. It’s important to push yourself and to believe that you can achieve anything that you put your mind to, but long-term ‘dream big’ goals can lead to feeling overwhelmed or lost along the way.
Need a little reset after the holiday season? We’ve compiled ten actionable ways to appreciate everything the season had to offer while recommitting to your health and nutrition goals in the new year.