Studies show this can be just as (or more even) than spending an hour at the gym. It can be anything from interval walking to more high intensity training. If you have 15 minutes between classes, and you only need 5 minutes to get to class, how about you spend 10 minutes getting in a "flash of fitness"? If you do that three times, that gets you 30 minutes of a workout-- all effective, and without forcing you to go to the gym or lose other valuable moments of your day.
Stop by the Gilman Quad today starting at 11:15am to jump start your Flash of Fitness with some ideas and win a prize for breaking a sweat with PEEPs.
HKB Tip: In the last 25 years, we've seen a 47% decrease in cotinine, a measurement taken in non-smokers to study the secondhand-smoke exposure. This steep decrease shows a high likelihood that laws like the indoor air act, which prohibits smoking within public places, is having a significant impact on improving the health of the population, and reducing the chances of exposure to chemicals found in second-hand smoke; 70 of which are cancer causing.
Want to talk more about second-hand smoke or the benefits of going smoke-free? Stop by HKB's meeting tonight at 6pm in the AMR I TV room!
Mellow Out Monday Tip: If you're feeling super stressed, try a Flash of Fitness by going for a walk/run. The change of environment and body movement can help reduce the stress you may be feeling, and can even help you work through a problem that was getting to you in your previous state.
If you're still feeling stressed, try the benefits of touch. Get a free back rub from a Stressbuster! Stop by Q level in the MSE starting at 8pm tonight!