In January, everyone is busy working on their New Year’s resolutions, and one of the most common ones is to get fit or work out more. It might be a cliché resolution, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a meaningful one to the people taking it on as a challenge this year. It’s never a bad thing to take care of your health! And working out more can have a positive effect on both your mental and physical health if you approach it with the right mindset.
Here is some of our top content related to fitness that will be top-of-mind for our audience at the start of the new year.
Social copy [IG]: Finding the motivation to work out can be difficult in normal times. And right now, times are far from normal. So how do we stay active now — in this age of social distancing and closed workout facilities?
Two words: get outside. The stay-at-home orders that many of us are facing don’t prohibit us from spending time outside. If anything, we are in even *more* need of fresh air because we’re spending so much time inside now. Outdoor workouts, such as biking or running, are great ways to get your body moving and get a boost of vitamin D.
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[FB]:Social distancing doesn’t prevent you from outdoor exercise. In fact, you may find that combining exercise with outdoor time is just what your body (and mind) needs right now!
Social copy [IG]: Is working out more on your list of 2020 resolutions? As many of us know from experience, paying for a gym membership isn’t always enough. If you’re one of the many who drags their feet going to the gym, it helps to have a plan in place to make sure it happens. From finding an exercise that you *actually* like (there’s something out there for everyone!) to having an accountability partner, there are ways you can help yourself stick to your goals. Read “4 Tips for How to Start Working Out” by @GrottoNetwork for more advice.
[Twitter&FB]: Determined to work out more in the new year? Create a workout routine that you’ll actually want to stick to. 💪🏽 Read more @GrottoNetwork
#GrottoLifeHacks: How to Stay Motivated to Work Out