The holiday season is upon us, and amidst the festive cheer and indulgent treats, maintaining your fitness routine can be a challenge. At Healthfix, we’re here to make sure you not only survive but thrive during the holidays with our Exercise Survival Guide, offering top tips to help you stay on track with your exercise goals this Christmas! Also, be sure to make note of our special Christmas Group Class Timetable, packed with energising sessions to keep you active and engaged.
Healthfix Exercise Survival Guide for a Healthy Holiday Season
1. Prioritise Consistency Over Intensity:
With a busy holiday schedule, it’s okay to adjust the intensity of your workouts. Focus on maintaining consistency instead. Short, effective workouts can be just as beneficial as longer sessions, especially during the hustle and bustle of the season.
2. Schedule Your Workouts:
Mark your exercise sessions in your calendar just like you would any other holiday event. Setting aside dedicated time for fitness helps ensure that it doesn’t get lost in the holiday shuffle.
3. Make it a Family Affair:
Family time during the holidays is precious, so why not make it active? Plan outdoor activities like walks, hikes, or even a friendly game of touch football. It’s a wonderful way to bond, burn calories, and create lasting memories.
4. Indulge Smartly:
Enjoying festive treats is part of the holiday joy, but moderation is key. Treat yourself without guilt, and balance indulgences with nutrient-rich meals. Balance is the key to guilt-free enjoyment!
This holiday season, let Healthfix be your health and fitness companion, guiding you through a season of joy and well-being.
Check out our Christmas Group Class Timetable and embrace the gift of health by joining one of our classes.
We will resume our standard timetable
from 2nd January 2024.
We hope that with our Christmas Exercise Survival Guide full of tips and a dash of festive fitness, you’ll not only survive the holidays but step into the new year feeling stronger, happier, and healthier.
Wishing you a fit and festive holiday season!