is part of "The Monday Campaigns" in association with Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, and Syracuse University.
September 21 - This week, if you notice symptoms of stress, pause, take a few deep breaths, and consider whether stress could be causing what you're feeling.
September 14 - This week, try walking meetings. Not only are they good exercise, but researchers found people are more creative when they're walking!
September 7 - This week, use commercial
breaks to exercise! Try a set of push-ups and sit-ups during one break,
then a plank and arm circles during the next break.
August 24 - This week, try parking
further away to get some extra walking in. Ten minutes of walking a day results
in more than an hour of exercise a week!
August 17 - This week, try scheduling
your exercise on the calendar. Your appointments to exercise
should feel important because they are that important to your health!
August 10 - Hula-hooping is a fun way
to keep fit. If you haven’t tried it in awhile, give it a whirl this week. It’s
a great way to burn off calories and tone your tummy.
August 3 - Not into exercise classes with complicated dance moves? Try a spin class
instead. Music plays, you pedal, and your legs get a great
July 27 - This week, explore all the ways you can exercise for free. Not only is
fitness free, so are those feel-good endorphins you get from
July 20 - This Monday, sign up for a dance class or just put on some music and
move. In addition to getting your heart going, it also improves
muscle strength, flexibility, and balance!
July 13 - This week, focus your attention on positive things like kindness
and gratitude. You'll feel good in the present moment, and you may
even change your brain!
July 6 - This week, balance out the
innate negative by actively paying attention to what's positive!
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