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5 No-Equipment Workouts

5 No-Equipment Workouts

With the unfortunate impacts COVID-19 has had on the world, at home workouts have becomeincreasingly popular. I know from personal experience there are so many different movementsand exercises you can do that require no equipment. Even small gym equipment like dumbbellsand yoga mats can get 

A Simple 30 Minutes of Fitness Activity

A Simple 30 Minutes of Fitness Activity

Ever since the start of the pandemic about a year ago it has been really hard for me to gainmotivation, especially in the gym. Because we are going through such unprecedented timesright now I think that it is nice to give yourself a break from 

Summer of Becoming the Healthiest & Happiest You! (Part 1)

Summer of Becoming the Healthiest & Happiest You! (Part 1)

Throughout this summer, this blog Summer of Becoming the Healthiest & Happiest you! will continue till the beginning of September. This blog series about how you can be the healthiest version of yourself. It is about learning how to change the way you eat, move, and feel by the end of the summer. Being healthy is different for everyone and picking up new, healthier habits is what this series is all about. At Rec Sports, we want you to be healthy and confident in yourself and have a great summer of health and fitness! Through these 5 blogs throughout the summer, I hope you pick up some tips along the way! Remember: your health is yours so take actions that make you feel healthy and confident in your fitness. 

In this first part of the series, we will investigate setting your goals for the summer and I will provide some baseline questions to get you started! Each blog of the series will contain a different healthy meal idea that you can make on your own, no equipment exercises that you can do outside or inside, and some things to keep you busy. If you are college student like me, you know that the summers have less and less time for relaxation, friends, and family because you are likely working full time. Going through the motion of working everyday especially in the summer can be tough on your mental health where you don’t find times during the day to do something that you enjoy. I will also give some helpful ideas to spark your imagination on how to make your summer worth it and improve your mental health this summer!

Goal Setting

Make these goals personal to you and where you want to see yourself in the future. One of my summer goals is to get on a more consistent sleep schedule this summer because sleep is highly important and will help me start next fall off on the right foot. Think of how you want to see yourself at the end of this summer and then plan out how you’re going to achieve it with these questions:

  1. How will I make my happiness a focus and priority this summer?
  2. How will I make my health an important aspect of my daily routine?
  3. How much do I want to change over these coming months?
  4. How do I picture myself in September of 2021?
  5. What are things I want to change to make myself healthier?

No Equipment Exercises (make them your own and what you feel comfortable doing!)

Hobbies to Try and Prevent Boredom

  1. Try starting a garden for vegetables or flowers
  2. Start or continue to journal
  3. Explore or go for a hike
  4. Try meditation

Top 3 Healthy SALSAS of the Week

  1. Fresh Pico De Gallo (use the fresh tomatoes from your new garden!
  2. Fruit salsa 
    1. There are so many different types of fruit salsas you can make, but this one is for island fruit salsa! 
  3. Spicy watermelon salsa

I hope you follow along throughout the summer and use some of these tips to make you healthier and enjoy your summer to the fullest! 

Strive for progress not perfection!

Kayla Withrow

Simple Ways to Start

Simple Ways to Start

For a lot of people working out and going to the gym can be very intimidating. What makes it a lot easier to be confident in the gym is knowing where to start. Whether you are looking for a great lifting plan or a simple