Now more than ever it’s important to prioritise your wellbeing, both physical and mental. These articles are to help you stay active and look after your wellbeing during this unprecedented time.
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- Set yourself a new push up PR.
- Feel relaxed by practising yoga at home.
- Try to increase your water intake.
1. Press-up PR
Press ups are a game changer for strength, and the benefits of doing them spill over to other compound movements. Why not use this time to practice and build on your personal records.
2. Drink more water
The NHS recommends drinking between 6-8 glasses a day. If you often forget to hydrate, you could focus on increasing your water intake by a cup a day.
3. Add more veggies
It might be hard to get the NHS recommended daily diet of 1/3 fruit and vegetables at this time. If you can, have fruit as a snack during the day, or add extra vegetables to a meal. If you can’t get hold of fresh produce, tinned fruit and veg count too.
4. Increase your steps
It's recommended we get around 10,000 steps a day which can be challenging, especially now. To increase your steps try going a little further on your daily walk, (while social distancing), or by doing a few laps up and down the stairs.
5. Practice yoga
To help balance out your training, why not try out some yoga and stretching? Gentler movements count towards your fitness goals too.
Cheryl Culliford-Whyte Content Contributor, Warwick Sport
Cheryl has interests in all kinds of fitness, keeping healthy and looking after your wellbeing. She enjoys hiking, lifting and healthy baking.
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