Top 5 Tips For Getting Fit

By GreaterSport | 22 January 2018 | TAGS: health, wellbeing, coaching, Physical Activity


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Zumba coach and UK Coaching ambassador, Charm, gives her top 5 tips for people who want to get (back) into physical activity and sport.

1. Change your exercise routine - 2018 is a perfect opportunity to start a new sport or physical activity.

2. Physical exercise is essential for a balanced life and happy body. Don’t see it as a choice, see it as a necessity. 

3. Think positively! Sport and physical activity doesn't have to be a chore! It’s a stress-buster; it will energise; release endorphins; act as a therapy; and make you feel better. Your mind, body and soul will thank you.

4. Try different things until you find the physical activity that makes you smile! Once you find it, stick to it!

5. Own your choice of sport and/or physical activity! It belongs to you! Taking ownership will make you want to participate week after week. 

Ready to get started? Find an activity near you here.

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