top of page

Are You Feeling the Challenge of COVID-19? Try These Tips to Stay Strong and Healthy at Home

Updated: Nov 20, 2022

Life during the COVID-19 pandemic is far from normal. Even if you’re used to exercising from home on occasion, deciding to stay away from your gym or yoga studio is a whole new challenge. With all these new challenges, it takes an extra effort to stay focused on your health goals. We hope to make that effort a little easier with these resources for everything you need to stay fit from home.


Photo credit: Pixabay


Life during the COVID-19 pandemic is far from normal. Even if you’re used to exercising from home on occasion, deciding to stay away from your gym or yoga studio is a whole new challenge. With all these new challenges, it takes an extra effort to stay focused on your health goals. We hope to make that effort a little easier with these resources for everything you need to stay fit from home.


Exercise, Stretch, Repeat — How to Slay Your Workout Goals from Home

If you’re not ready to return to the gym, these tips will help you create an at-home fitness routine.



Ideas to Eat Healthfully

Eating nutritiously can keep your body strong and relieve pandemic-related stress.



Relieving Stress

Whether you’re a busy parent or overburdened entrepreneur, look for ways to relax and alleviate stress and anxiety.



Let’s face it: Having to adapt to life during the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t easy. However, like any other challenge, this new hurdle can be an opportunity that makes you better for having overcome it. Make sure you take time for all types of self-care, including exercise and healthy eating, but also new hobbies or finding ways to give back. Facing this challenge will make us all stronger in the end. And after all, isn’t that a goal we can all get behind?


Article by Jennifer Scott


About the Author
Jennifer Scott is a lifelong sufferer of anxiety and depression. A single mom, she writes about the ups and downs of her mental illness on SpiritFinder.org. The blog serves as both a source of information for people with mental illness and a forum where those living with anxiety and depression can come together to discuss their experiences.

Commentaires


bottom of page