3 new habits for better fitness

3 new habits that will improve your fitness and your health

Improving your health and fitness may mean tweaking your lifestyle a little. Whilst major changes can be helpful in increasing fitness levels, it’s your day-to-day habits which can have a real impact. By switching up your routine, you can feel better and benefit from increased stamina, energy and strength.

1. Do something every day

Regular exercise is important for our physical and mental health, so commit to doing some form of exercise every day. Instead of trying to do one, heavy workout a week, you could break this up into more manageable daily sessions, for example. Alternatively, simply commit to walking every day or go for a quick job after school or work.

2. Make Better Food Choices

Forget short-term diets and faddy eating; they won’t work in the long-term and could even have a detrimental effect on your health. Make long-term changes to your eating habits by reducing the number of processed foods you consume and increasing more natural alternatives. By making gradual changes, you may find it easier to make long-term changes to your food choices.

3. Get More Sleep

Most people need around 7-9 hours of sleep each night, so do what you can to get a decent night’s rest. With ample sleep, your body will recover from exercise more quickly, so you’ll see a marked improvement in post-exercise fatigue if you’re able to get a good amount of sleep.


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