How we feel physically is a vital part of our overall wellbeing, contributing to (and affected by) our mental and emotional states.
Being active doesn’t necessarily mean you need to join the gym. Non-traditional forms of exercise have proven to increase our physical wellbeing equivalent to a single, continuous workout. These include exercises such as high-intensity interval training (HIIT) for 25-minute bursts or 'exercise snacking; – a few 10-minute "snack-sized" portions of exercise scattered throughout the day.
At work, try moving away from your desk to take a call in another room. Take a lunch break outside and stretch your legs. Choose the stairs over the escalators or lift. When time is not an issue, considering walking or cycling.
Explore how day-to-day movement and fitness can help us to improve and maintain our physical wellbeing.