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Maintaining Momentum for exercise during the holidays

Updated: Aug 9



We are approaching the long awaited December holidays. You definitely have many plans, destinations, and a list full of packages and gifts to buy. However, am uncertain about whether you will maintain your already established exercise routine. My professional advice is; DO NOT even think about making changes on that. And if you are looking for my personal opinion, I think the festive season is a great time to explore the benefits of regular workouts and getting a head start on New Year’s resolutions.

Here is why:

You really don’t want to spend your holiday stressed

Though it’s typically a yolo-kind-of-activities season, it really gets messy with the frequent visitors, house guests, everyday shopping, and especially financial stress. Holidays mean changes. In both time and resources. Exercise is one quick relieve pill to all the built-up tension. It helps kick off seasonal depression and elevated moods.

With the many holiday demands, time management comes in handy

Holidays can result in overeating, weight gain, and definitely reduced usefulness. Maintaining regular exercise provides comfort and stability which helps us stay alert on schedule. That means making priorities on both what is planned and the upcoming demands.

Whether you will consider adding more time or cutting down the work out time, maintaining the momentum should be a priority. Stopping with the hoping of reestablishing the routine is a bad daydream. Instead, consider getting a head start with New Year’s Resolutions for as surely as the dawn, the holiday season will end and you don’t want to regret assuming this.

Strategize your planning

Regardless of whether you are employed or own a business, smart prior planning is the key to success. Otherwise, you will end up rushing into a new year with much tension.

Expound your effectiveness

Working is not always hectic but it really gets bad with poor effectiveness. The best way to maintain effectiveness at work is making sure your review your plans and schedules beforehand.

That is my golden two-four for you this season. Make sure you contact 786fitness.com for a free wellness assessment. Do not forget to like, share, and subscribe


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