Where do You Fit FIT in?
Sometimes 9-5pm, Sometimes 9-9pm
You have to work to make money so that you can eat, have a place to live, pay bills, support your family… I’m stressed out just writing that list! We know we have to work. But when does your life begin and your work end? The longer you put work first, the more you can expect to see your waistline, blood pressure and stress-level increase. This in turn will cause you to have to spend more than you would had you started working out sooner.
Like the busy Mom from June’s post of “Where do you fit FIT in?”, try purchasing some home fitness equipment for you to use before or after work. If you paid for it and it’s taking up space in your place, you’re more likely to use it. But…if for some reason that treadmill becomes more of a coat rack than anything, try these ways to work in a work out:
1) Find a Local Gym Near Your Office
2) Hire a Corporate Personal Trainer
3) Join a Local a.m. Bootcamp
4) Ask Human Resources About Corporate Wellness
5) See If There’s an Option to Work From Home
6) Set Up a “Biggest Loser” Competition at Work
7) Seek out healthy choice catering companies for business lunches