Who has time to head to the gym after work? Bah! Who has the energy? Busy women who put their fitness on the back burner can be relieved. Quick, simple strategies that you can do at the office will make a significant difference in your fitness levels.
You know this, so why don’t you do it?
You can easily find exercise to do
There are scads of articles out there about quick and easy exercises you can do at your desk. From taking the stairs to doing triceps dips on your chair, there is no shortage of ideas.
The million-dollar question:
Why don’t we, body image, weary women, do the quick office exercises?
So what is the not reason we don’t do these speedy little techniques?
Our inner critic stops us
The big challenge is in getting through the voices in your head that stop you from doing them. As much as we tell our kids not to worry about what others will think, we are role models in wimping out. Sadly yes, we hard-working women allow peer pressure to sway our action or lack of it.
It's not even what others say, it's what we think
It isn’t truly what others have said. It is the incessant inner chatter that goes on in our minds about what we think others might say.
It’s time to start boldly changing things
Put your health and wellbeing first. You may not have time to head to the gym on a daily basis. But you do have the ability to add fitness to your day.
Here are 4 strategies to help you challenge your inner voice of fear and start adding fitness to your daily office regime.
Take care of you - Be a good role model
Remember October is Healthy Workplace Month. Do your part in creating a working environment that is healthy and fun.
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