It’s Wellbeing month! Here are some things you can do around the town of White Church to stay fit and healthy

It’s well-being month soon. You know what that means. That’s right an extra reason to renumber that new year’s resolution you’ve probably forgotten by now. Staying fit and healthy is a challenge for a lot of us. At times, it’s difficult just finding the motivation to get up for that morning run you know you should be doing. This month is all about helping people reach their fitness goals. It might be losing weight, eating healthier or eliminating bad habits that could cost you later in life. Whatever your goals we’ve written up some helpful tips to make this month go as good and healthy as possible.

Hiring a personal trainer

It might seem extreme but if you’re serious about getting into shape and can’t seem to find the motivation then a personal trainer could be the best health choice you ever make. A personal trainer can build a workout schedule and dieting plan to suit you specifically plus provide the accountability to get in shape.

Make exercise part of your everyday life

Staying healthy is simply a matter of developing a habit. If a gym or personal trainer is out of your budget then that’s no excuse. Go for a short run around your area or in the countryside, maybe take up swimming or cycling. The great thing about this is that you can find something to suit whatever you’re interested in. Be creative and look for an activity that only requires a half hour or even 10 minutes of your time each day.

Write down a detailed description of what being healthy can do for you

If motivation is your problem then sit down with a piece of paper and make a detailed list of the benefits a more healthy lifestyle would bring you. A big mistake many people make is basing their fitness goals on what others are doing. Something like staying healthy is a personal journey and should be done only for yourself. Make it clear why you want to be healthy and use that as motivation to get up and move when you know you should.


Get plenty of sleep

How well we sleep has a huge effect on the amount of energy we have in a day. Sleeping too much is just as bad as sleeping too little. Most experts recommend at least 7 hours of sleep a night for a grown adult. Without adequate rest, our bodies can’t respond well to either physical or mental stimulus. A good nights sleep also helps our body’s immune system and allows any exercised muscles to properly recover. If you’re suffering a lot of muscle pains from over exercising then consider adding a weekly massage to your weekly routine. A relaxing massage helps stimulate the flow of blood through the body leading to fast muscle recovery and a better night’s sleep.

Also, no matter how you do things this month just remember to have fun as well. Health a and fitness are important but there’s no need to take things too far, unless you want to of course.