Staycations in style
I asked a few of my clients about their plan for this Christmas holiday. A good number said they will consider staycations to help keep their fitness journey going despite the overwhelming festivities. They are just among the many planning to avoid long queues at the airport with multiple journeys filled with unhealthy feeding only to stay home, and have fun differently. Many people are choosing to long walks in the neighborhood and playing recreational sports with their home buddies during the season to avoid going astray.
Skipped your workout due to lack of enough time to reach the gym? Well, ever since the pandemic, most people learnt to productively do their things virtually, including exercising from home. This New Year, more people will still subscribe to this trend with some modifying their home spaces by creating small gyms for working out. Others seek to find help from YouTube and fitness apps with numerous classes, such as, yoga, aerobics, and taebo.
Better sleep with enhanced technology
Who does not know how meaningful sleep can be for improved mood? The digital world has made sleep matters easier to motivate people to have enough rest at night. For instance, we have sleeping track mats and earplugs that block background noise, helping avoid sleep disruptions. We also have night and sunrise lamps for the same purpose. This will also help regulate our hormones for better exercise results.