Since March, most of the articles on Keep Moving Weekly have focused on strategies and resources for staying healthy and well in this new normal we have found ourselves in. Let’s summarize what we have covered so far.
Lower stress and a strengthen your immune system
In this article we discussed how the stress we are under right now can lower your immune system. Knowing you are doing all you can to keep your immune system strong is one strategy to lower stress right now. We reviewed how exercise is the antidote to stress, as long as it is not stress producing. This article provides strategies for using exercise to reduce stress.
Adapting exercise for the COVID-19 outbreak
In this article we reviewed how to adapt your mindset about exercise for the changes we all have had to make with the COVID-19 outbreak.
In this article we reviewed how to create a home exercise routine.
- Click here to find tips for online cardiovascular exercise
- Click here to find tips for online strength exercise
Healthy eating during the COVID-19 outbreak
In this article one of our dietitians shared a wealth of information about eating while in quarantine and with limited access to your usual foods.
In this article one of our medical providers gave many valuable tips for getting control of comfort eating in this time of greater stress.
Working well when working remotely
In this article we discussed how to set up your home workstation in a way that minimizes the strain and maximizes energy.
In this article you will find tips for using exercise to help your body recover from more hours in front of a screen.
Keeping healthy habits as life returns to a new normal
If you found yourself with more time to develop healthy habits during the lock-down, you may be wondering if you can keep them when life ramps up again. This article provides strategies for keeping those exercise habits and this article provides science-based tips for staying motivated when life changes.
These Keep Moving Weekly articles will continue to share information relevant to our life now, as we continue to work and live in this new normal. What questions do you have about exercise right now? Post them in comments and I will put that topic on the list for articles in the future.
Keep Moving, Be Well,