Congratulations to the Boston Red Sox and to all the fans out there! Quite exciting.
Well, the Red Sox get four months until Spring Training starts. But what about you? When will your Spring Training begin?
If you have been following this blog for a year or more you know what I will suggest. Start your Spring Training this weekend! Why? Because when the days start getting shorter, its natural for your daily physical activity level to drop as well. The loss of strength and stamina that naturally happens when we are less active is quite invisible. It is often only seen on that first nice spring day when you want to go and do all those great outdoor activities, but your body has other ideas!
You know that the way to avoid that humbling spring awakening is to keep moving through the winter. When you live anywhere with weather like we have in New England, calling your winter plan “Spring Training” can be just what you need to embrace winter as the time you get ready for spring.
So, lets take that energy from the Red Sox win and turn it into a plan for staying energized to keep moving all winter long. Write down your winter plan based on what you have learned from past winters about what does not work and what works to keep you moving.
In spring we can celebrate by enjoying the long days outdoors again.
Keep Moving, Be Well,