While the temperature is a little warmer, take your#workoutoutside to challenge yourself and to take your fitness to the#nextlevel. Not only is it better for your mind, body and soul but nothing makes you feel better than flexing your muscles whilst taking in gallons of fresh#air.
Working out outdoors constantly challenges your body with inclines, declines, and obstacles.
Outdoor exercise provides a#mentalhealthboost beyond that of indoor#gyms. Moving#outdoorshas been shown to reduce anger and depression and improve mood. Exposure to#sunlightenhances vitamin D production, which may be partially responsible for this mood-enhancing effect. You don’t have to run a#marathonor crush an outdoor#bootcampto reap the#benefit. Even low-intensity activities, like walking or gardening, will do. Next week, pop for a quick afternoon pick-me-up, head outside for a 15-minute#walkbreak, and return to work feeling energized.
Stressed? Well, have you looked at your body? Your body holds your story. Speaker: Amber Kelly is a Craniosacral Therapist and Bach Flower remedy practitioner and practises in Bourne End, Bucks. As a Craniosacral Therapist she helps people Read more…