Summer exercise ideas – with Better
Leon Popplewell, Sports Psychologist GLL/Better
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ith the winter blues a distant memory the coming of summer brings the promise of lighter days, warmer temperatures and the opportunity to be ourselves again in our favourite clothes. Seasonal fluctuations in eating habits and exercise levels are a real psychological phenomenon with summer typically being the time of year where we weigh less and exercise more so why not make the most of this natural change? Here are some trending summer fitness ideas that will shake up your routine for summer and get you looking and feeling great.
Running is huge at the moment. You can’t go far without stumbling across a running club and can find a race pretty much every weekend. There are also ‘get into run’ classes where even the apprehensive can be given the support they need to build up a regular habit.
There’s nothing new about meditation. Meditation is a mental training and calming exercise, and taking time out of your fitness schedule to focus on gathering your thoughts and slowing yourself down is important in combatting the stress of daily life.
Do your workouts include push-ups, squats or pull-ups? This is Body Weight Training and is a back to basics, minimalist, approach to fitness. Popular in parks or outside spaces, do this with an exercise partner to make it more fun and keep motivated.
113 the riverside journals
By Ruby Woods
May/June Edition 2017