Life is hard enough … good health should be easy, right?
There aren’t any major benefits to be gained from phoning it in during your workouts, but it is possible to get your daily exercise and incorporate healthy habits without putting undue stress on yourself.
And that means different things to different people. Lucky for you, there are countless exercise options out there, all of them customizable for people with different needs and wants: home workouts for the gym-averse, low-impact workouts for those with knee problems, shortcuts for people with limited time …
The key is finding something sustainable, which, for new exercisers requires some exploration. They may need guidance in the beginning, before they have a handle on their abilities, endurance level, and exercise “personality.”
Failing to find the perfect fit at first can be discouraging, especially for someone who is trying exercise on for size for the first time and is having trouble committing.
You can help steer your employees in the right direction (and prevent them from giving up their efforts out of frustration or indecisiveness) with some tips that will make good health easier on them.
Tips and tricks for squeezing a little so-called “stealth health” into a workday can help them hang on while they experiment with different techniques to find their perfect plan.
WebMD offers these pointers to improve health and fitness the easy way:
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