Christmas is right around the corner and we are looking for the gift to share with the important people in our lives. We are thinking what would be the right gift for that person that would really put a smile on his/her face. How about a gift of health and fitness for yourself? How about providing a gift of health and fitness for the important people in your life? It is not too much to ask Santa Claus for, is it? Why wait until January to make a New Years Resolution to get into better shape when you can do it now. The best thing about exercise is that it can be started in a simple and easy fashion then progressively become more challenging. At Git Right Sports Performance and Fitness, we realize that not everyone wants to be an athlete or has an athletic background, which allows us to modify our training program to assist the most novice person. The reality is that you are not the only person that will set up a New Years Resolution to get into better shape.
In additional, the traditional gyms are filled with plenty of people with that resolution which means you need to start early so that the crowds do not effect you. The fact that you are starting now means that you will have a strategy in place that will not leave you standing and waiting for the next machine. Come to Git Right Sports Performance and Fitness for a great workout designed based on your goals that is effective and time-managed so that you still have time to do the other important things in your busy life. Make sure you give yourself the gift of health and fitness since you have one body to maintain for your entire life.
Moreover, holiday stress can definitely cause adverse conditions for certain people. A poll was conducted in an article, Managing the Seemingly Inevitable Holiday Season Stress by Elizabeth Scott, more than 80% of people found the holiday season to be somewhat or very stressful. In this article, doing too much was found to be a stressor because too many activities can culminate and leave us feeling frazzled instead of fulfilled. A major stressor was spending too much money, money that we may not have, and putting us into debt or greater debt. The financial difficulties lead to people being stressed because they cant afford the gifts that they really want to buy and decide to charge it on the credit cards. This debt can easily linger for many months after the holidays have passed. As with spending too much, so comes eating and drinking too much. That eggnog definitely can taste great after a long day of shopping. Of course, it really depends on what extra substances you may blend into your eggnog to give it that extra kick that may drive the calories up and lower inhibitions. Fine dinning and togetherness with family and friends leads to a relaxation that may give way to over indulging. Eating that great food, laughing, and sharing of stories of what has happen during the year can drowned out the fact that you have been eating and drinking for 1, 2, 3, or more hours during that gathering.
So, as the holidays are here, make sure you are staying in control of the situations that you can control without losing all your inhibitions and without being totally stressed out. By the way, exercise is proven to be a great stress relief so why not call Git Right Sports Performance and Fitness at 855-73-GITRT or 855-734-4878 so we can have you come by and experience a unique workout that will curve that holiday stress! The human body is designed to move and be active not just to sit around and lift a fork, spoon, wine glass or 40 oz bottle so put it down and get moving!
“Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it.” – quote: Plato
“There is no passion to be found in playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” – quote: Nelson Mandela
“There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountaintop of our desires.” – quote: Nelson Mandela