Do you often notice mood changes during the winter months?Seasonal affective disorder, or seasonal depression, is a reality for many at this time of year. See this week’s trainer’s tips for how to take care of yourself until Spring.
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Don’t Leave Yourself High and Dry: Get enough water in the winter
People often worry about gaining weight in the winter. However, an increased risk of dehydration likely poses a greater threat to your health during the cold months than any extra poundage you may put on. See this week’s trainer’s tips for how to improve your water intake during wintertime.
Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail: Setting yourself up for success on those cold, dark winter mornings
Getting up in the morning is much more difficult during the winter. Cold temperatures and fewer hours of daylight make getting out of a warm, comfortable bed especially painful. See this week’s trainer’s tips for advice on how to streamline your mornings for success this winter!
Comfort Food and Your Body: It’s ok to gain a little weight this winter
When the weather gets cold, we typically like to eat and drink things that will warm us up. Follow this week’s trainer’s tips for how to embrace your natural rhythm this winter, without forgetting your fitness goals!
Sweater Weather: Preparing your mind and body for winter
It is natural for your energy to change with the seasons. Staying self aware this winter will help you adapt your fitness and mental health goals along with it!