Another day of self-isolating, which means it’s potentially another day of sitting indoors restlessly taking yet another Zoom class, practicing social distancing from the frig.
Prolonged sitting is an unavoidable reality for many. And with us spending more time inside, as the pandemic continues, it’s inevitable that we’re spending even more time being sedentary.
We are staying home more we’re trying to protect our health but all this sitting, eating , isolation is making us unhealthy in other ways.
Excessive sitting can lead to depression, chronic pain and increased risk of physical injury, according to research. That’s why it’s important for us to become aware of our sitting habits and do what we can to counteract them now before we conform and resort to eating , boredom as our new norm and then your pants won’t fit.
I understand its hard to stay home, we end up sitting around, but hey you don’t have to.
Check out the links below
Stay safe-Stay healthy-And use caution and practice social distance when heading out
Here is a great Link about Sitting and the Dangers
I really like videos of Bob and Brad – Leslie Sansone and Shaun T
7 Necessary Stretches for the Inflexible! Complete Beginners Flexibility Routine by Bob and Brad
Stretches – Daily Stretch Routine for Beginners Using a Towel and a Chair.
Basic Beginner Cardio Workout
10 minute Cize work out – Shaun T
Walk Away The Pounds 1 Mile | Walk at Home – Leslie Sansone – 1 mile at home
2 Mile Walk – from the 4 Mile Power Walk Workout – Leslie Sansone
Walking at Home American Heart Association 3 Mile Walk – Leslie Sansone