F I T N E S S
Exercise is a personal act.
Just because someone runs as exercise doesn't mean you need to. You don't need to be an athlete to stay healthy. The key to staying physically fit is simply moving — and if you tune in and listen to your body, it will let you know how it needs to be moved.
The best form of exercise is the one that fits naturally into your lifestyle.
If you hate running, don't try to make yourself go on a run three times a week. Even if you do manage to do it for a couple months, it won't be something that sticks long term. Go on a hike, dance around your living room, chase your niece/nephew/kid around the park for a half hour, or garden for a while instead. If you like lifting weights, then do it! Find a way to move that brings you joy — and don't be afraid to mix it up. Variety in your exercise will move even more parts of your body!
Find a way to make movement a part of your daily routine.
If you're on the computer all day, set a timer for every 30 minutes to get up and stretch, dance like a crazy person, or do some hand-stand practice. Bounce around on a yoga ball while you work. Stand at your desk for a while and get in some calf-raises. If you're in meetings all day, do a 60-second stretch session in the stall during your bathroom breaks. Whatever it is that consumes your day, remember to listen to your body and respond to its needs. Embedding little habits like these into your days will help your body maintain a stable level of physical fitness and allow you to grow into the best version of yourself over time.
Cannabis can help improve your physical fitness.
Whether it's motivating you to actually go on that run, ease the pain after a hard work out, or make you more aware of your body as you master that yoga pose, cannabis can be used as a tool to help you stay physically fit.
by Kristen Williams & Kira Gresoski
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