You don’t need a New Year to make a change, all you need is a Monday

27 Feb

Whether you want to improve something about your lifestyle, your job or your wellbeing, the opportunities are endless, you just need to make a plan and stick to it. You don’t need a New Year to make a change, all you need is a Monday.

Along with other challenging resolutions like quitting smoking and eating healthier foods, losing weight is highly popular amidst people of all ages. The truth is we all strive to look and feel better so each January, gyms are packed with people eager to take action on this resolution. However, according to Time Magazine, 60% of gym memberships go unused and attendance is usually back to normal by mid-February. They say we are lazy but I think it’s much more than that, exercising is hard to fit in a busy schedule, with long office hours and exhausting household chores taking up most of our free time. What if there was a simpler way to stay fit? And have fun in the same time.

In a video that has now gone viral, famed TV reporter, Ben Aaron, came up with an awesome idea which is adaptable to many lifestyles: dance your way to school, work, the grocery store or wherever life might take you next. Because everybody can dance, right?

Furthermore, our cities are stocked with healthy alternatives for shedding the pounds, you just have to find your happy place, discover a workout that works best for you, whether it’s relaxing yoga classes, energetic Zumba or replenishing Pilates. Zumba is my personal favorite, a calorie-burning dance-fitness party that will have you movin’, rockin’ and shakin’ the weight off in no time, on stimulating music rhythms:

If you were to choose a particular song to work out to, what would it be? I’ve chosen Flo Rida’s Wild Ones for this morning’s dance session:

Oh and dance like no one’s watching!

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Posted by on February 27, 2013 in Health, Lifestyle


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