For many people the past 22 months have been an opportunity to reflect and invest in their health and wellbeing. Whether this has been running, walking, cycling, or taking part in virtual fitness sessions, we have seen a real increase in people wanting to take control of their health and wellbeing.
However, during this time, anxieties have understandably been heightened, and sticking to a new fitness regime hasn’t been the first thing on everyone’s minds. Many people will have found the past year or so difficult to adjust to, and any intended hopes of improving both physical and mental health may have been confronted with barriers.
For those that fall into this camp, try not to be too hard on yourself. The past year only represents a small fraction of time in your life and the chance to focus on yourself and build healthier habits is well within your grasp.