If you are someone who lives in the generation Y culture, you are probably spending majority of your time either to a confined desk or commute. Sure, you were in great shape in college. But that was back when you had the time to spend hours in the gym, the resiliency of a teenager to bounce back. Fitting a health regime in this colossal game of Jenga can be tricky, which is why so many working professionals slowly get out of shape as they grow older in professional life.
Don’t let that be you!
Here are some tips that can help you stay fit while being on the go round the clock.
It’s no science, doesn’t require an equipment or a fitness center and presents abundant opportunities to one and all who wishes to engage. It might be a 10-minute morning walk to get the groceries, walking around the office while talking on phone, or even to the simplest thought of filling your water bottle from the dispenser. Invest some money on a wearable gadget, they help you monitor progress.
Work out with Tribes
We as millennials crave for a sense of community, both online and offline. Finding someone with same values and thoughts acts as a propeller force in our life. Interacting with others who are similar bandwidth helps stay motivated while keeping the engagement levels high.
Workout at work
As life rolls up its sleeves we find it extremely difficult to make time for our personal life. Employers nowadays are a lot more concerned about employee’s physical health as they were ever before. It’s no more something that happens on a weekend and is mailed across for next 30 days. From fitness centers to mental wellness, the plethora of options being offered these days are humongous.
Prioritize exercise: Accept no Excuses
It is no more a game for athletes, in this era of sedentary lifestyle Fitness must be inculcated as an integral part of life like Food and Sleep. Be selfish when it comes to Fitness regimes. Raise the bar on your Fitness thought and push it right up the ladder along with other things.
Do what you can
Workout routine does not necessarily mean an hour spent at gym or a game of Soccer early morning. If you don’t have time to Workout make any of the casual activities. you do into a workout. It may be taking your dog out for a walk, 20 minutes standing jog at home; the ways are many just the intent is needed.
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