Activities for Physical Health
It’s hard to stay motivated sometimes, but keeping our bodies healthy and happy is so important! Here you’ll find a variety of physical health activities chosen from our contributors that you can do in the comfort of your own home.
So earlier during this lock down I wrote a short article about how to prevent developing a “dad bod” while your gym is closed. Well that was in April, so basically a hundred years ago and needless to say my priorities have uhhh changed…
Join Town of Manchester Recreation Division, Nature Explorer ‘Virtual Village” Video Series with our Rec on the Run Coordinator, Elizabeth MacDonald for fun, engaging, informative, and education videos steps from the front door. These videos are geared for children, youth and adults and will provide a respite to those looking for nature based programs, activities and ideas!
Latasha Raineault is not only a Doctor of Physical Therapy, but also a mother of two children under the age of five. She created an Instagram page (@momstrongforlife) to document her postpartum journey and share her clinical knowledge with the masses.
As a college student approaching finals season, there’s one thing I’m certainly not getting enough of: sleep. Between procrastinating my English literature essay and stress-eating spoonfuls of peanut butter, how am I expected to get a full 8 hours?
Yes. This is what most of us are doing now. We walk to burn a few calories since the gyms are closed. We walk to stretch our legs after sitting at our computers all day. We walk to get fresh air and some vitamin D. We walk because if we don’t get out of our confined space we may just lose it.
As a new father I’m happy to say that unlike every other guy that has taken on this great journey before me, I have not let it affect my normal fitness routine. Lies. Every word of it. Most days I’m happy to have put on pants before my third cup of coffee.