Just because the weather is cooler doesn’t mean that you should give up your exercise routine. There are plenty of ways to stay active when the mercury drops, from workouts at the gym to brisk walks outside. Set yourself a fitness target, whether it’s completing some form of cardio activity for five days each week or a 10km fun run at the end of three months.
As tempting as it is to indulge in comfort food, winter months are the ideal time to set eating goals that will give you the energy and motivation to improve your health and wellbeing right through to summer.
Try challenging yourself when it comes to what you eat. For example, include fresh fruit and vegetables every meal, or have a healthy handful of nuts mixed through plain yoghurt for a snack. Ask a friend to join you and sign up for the Symbio 14-day challenge, a simple way to kickstart getting your balance back over winter. Other challengers report that Symbio helps support inner balance and overall wellbeing in just two weeks.
For more information visit the Symbio website here.