One problem of is specific goals are all-or-nothing: you either achieve the goal or you fail.
When it comes to a child’s relationship with physical activity, it’s clear that parents play a major role.
Many people who loathe exercise arguably feel that way because of how the activity has been marketed to them.
Make sure you are giving your body and mind an ample amount of time to recover.
At the risk of being too on the nose, finding a fitness routine you love is a marathon, not a sprint.
Fitness pros share the workouts and moves they would do every day if they could.
In short, mindful movement is all about tuning out thoughts about how you “should” be exercising, and instead just doing what feels good for you.
For many people, exercise and weight loss are seen as intrinsically linked.
Experiences we have when we’re young are incredibly formative – especially when it comes to something like exercise.
It’s crucial to examine your relationship with exercise, determine if it’s unhealthy and, if it is, change the way you think about working out.