For many people, the New Year feels like a fresh start. So we make resolutions to lose weight, to play the piano daily, to learn Mandarin. These vows are an ancient practice - though they may have been no better at fulfilling their resolutions than we are now.
When it comes to the end of one year and the start of another, I always like to take some time to reflect on the lessons learned and think about the tweaks we all can strive to make going forward. This year, going into 2020, I propose focusing on 20 behaviors that encourage wellness in all aspects of life.
The holidays are here and our usual schedule is often thrown out the window. Chances are you might not make it to yoga (or spin or on that run or pilates) as often as you would like for the next few weeks. But you do have time for this simple stretch! It’s great to counter all the forward action of sitting and typing we do every day.
Small consistent habits can have a much more significant impact on our health and well being than sporadic, intense activities. Try incorporating these three habits and reap the benefits – short term and long term!
To create our fitness manifesto, we collected the training advice that is most emblematic, educational, and inspiring. These informational nuggets not only sum up what we believe real fitness is all about, but they also form the backbone of any effective fitness regimen.