Times can seem crazy. The unknown is scary. With everyone being panicked around you, how can you stay positive and hopeful for the future when everything seems to be falling apart? Lift your eyes. From the situation. From the stress. From the uncertainty. Lift your eyes to the One who knows, cares, and has it all under control. Jesus.
I want to give you a few practical ways to lift your eyes in these times. Things that you can focus on and progress in that are positive. Here are some tools to help facilitate healthy movement during this season and then I have some practical ways to help you healthfully fuel your body.
Here are a couple exercises you can do at home to create healthy movement:
- Bodyweight squats (legs)
- Hip thrusts (Hips and glutes)
- Pushup (Chest and triceps)
- Plank (core)
- Wall sit (legs)
- Jumping jacks (cardio)
- Burpees (modified if needed)
These are a few simple moves most people know that will get you moving. Pick 5 of these moves and do them one after another without any rest. Then try and see how many sets of that you can do over a 15-minute period. This short workout will keep your heart rate up while hitting many muscle groups in the process. Make sure to stretch and cool down after. Have fun!
Here are some tips to keep your nutrition simple and heathy at home:
- Spinach! Whatever you can find in the stores, be it fresh or frozen, is a great and – usually tasteless – way to add more vitamins and minerals to your meals when you’re low on vegetables or salad greens.
- Smoothies! if you can’t eat it, drink it. If you’re finding it hard to get broccoli for meals, grab some ingredients to make a few smoothies and drink your greens instead. Kale, spinach, and collard greens work great for this.
We are in this together! As you lift your eyes, the weight of your current circumstances will get lighter. Focus on the things you are thankful for every day. There is hope for today!
CEO, Glory to Glory Fitness
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