4. Move More
Whether your gym is still closed or you just don’t feel comfortable sweating next to strangers yet, working out in the traditional way might not be possible right now — but squeezing in movement wherever you can is key.
“Taking a 15-minute walk around the block when you have time between calls or using a break midday to stream a workout from your desk chair will help re-energize you,” London says. “It also shows you how it’s possible to get moving — even if you’re not really going anywhere.”
The WW app — which gives you access to workouts from FitOn and Aaptiv, and syncs with your fitness device or app to track your movement as “FitPoints” — works as a guide to help you incorporate more movement into your day in ways you may have never thought of before. “Using the app is like having an in-your-pocket partner in self-care,” London says. “Through behavior-change science and practical application of acceptance-based therapy, positive psychology and cognitive behavioral therapy, you’ll learn how to use, rely on and apply a framework for creating healthier patterns in any area of your life,” she adds.
So, if you did gain a few pounds over the last few months, losing it doesn’t have to be a fearful game of restriction. In fact, you can use this time to reconnect with yourself, build off of the healthy habits you’ve already created and set yourself on a path toward your new-new-normal.
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