Sweat – Inspire -Empower
“Eat healthily, sleep well, breathe deeply, move harmoniously.” ― Jean-Pierre Barral
We choose fitness to inspire and recalibrate our minds. Fitness is the foundation on which we are able to move, play, stay creative and actualize our hopes and dreams. Exercise improves mood, reduces stress, reduces risk of some of the most common diseases and re-calibrates our soul. Regular fitness routines are linked to improved vascular health and improved learning. Regardless of what other matters are happening in our lives, we owe it to ourselves to move everyday and keep the fire in our belly’s burning brightly.
When life is the most challenging, and there is little light at the end of the tunnel, take time for yourself. The rest of life can wait for your walk in the sunshine. Your 30 minutes of time away from the world, paying yourself first, will revitalize and lend perspective to issues that seemed unsolvable.
Even if those life matters are not resolved in your time away, take heart in knowing that you nurtured your physical body, reset your hormonal balance, No one can take that away from you. Sometimes, the gift that we give ourselves is all we need to life our spirits.
Each fitness routine is highly personal depending on one’s current state of health, physical abilities and time available. Nearly all of the fitness articles that you read will emphasize the same concept: just do something. It takes as little as 30 minutes a day, a few times each week to make significant strides towards improved health.
With thousands of fad fitness programs and “workouts of the day,” we distill fact from fiction and deliver fitness articles that you can use right now. Whether you are a world-class triathlete, or just trying to figure out the complexities of a newly single-life, it is our sincere hope that one of the fitness articles grabs your attention and inspires you.
Routine fitness is an essential part of living a healthy, balanced life. LivingSingleLivingWell is committed to delivering leading fitness articles, reviews and tips to create a better you.
Clear the fog, set your goals, and allow each day to lift and renew your spirit. You, 2.0, is improves with each step.
“If we are creating ourselves all the time, then it is never too late to begin creating the bodies we want instead of the ones we mistakenly assume we are stuck with.” ― Deepak Chopra
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