With National Fitness Day in September, there’s no better time to celebrate the role physical activity plays across the UK! National Fitness Day encourages those of all ages to get more active. Along with, raising awareness of the importance it plays in leading a healthier active lifestyle. Why not get more active together this National Fitness Day!
Workout as an office
Exercise can become a bit of a chore to balance when you have a busy working and home life. Therefore, incorporating physical activity into the working day can sometimes be the best way to fit it in. Working out on lunch breaks with colleagues can help provide motivation. Likewise, it can also make people more likely to stick to a workout as someone is relying on them. If you are looking to create a fitter, happier, and more productive workforce, now and for future generations – Incorpore can help! For more information on how we can get your workplace more active, contact the Sales Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exercise as a family
Shocking figures have revealed that there are now 124 million obese children worldwide. Children develop habits early in life, therefore it is essential parents get their children interested in exercising as they will take on their healthy habits into adulthood. Make family exercise fun so choose activities that don’t seem like exercise such as cycling, swimming, roller skating or ice skating.
Join group fitness classes
If you find exercise boring then make it more fun with a group fitness class! Don’t worry they aren’t all about loud music and people shouting at you! Group fitness classes are perfect for socialising, reaping the health benefits of the workout, supporting each other and most of all having fun. Classes offer people a wide variety of exercises such as kickboxing, Pilates, yoga, bootcamp, spinning classes, aqua aerobics and much more! Participating in a selection of different classes in your week will keep your body guessing about which workout it will be doing next and will speed up your metabolism.