Moving into Summer

walking on beach

Happy Summer!

How will you keep moving this season?

It is one of those times of the year where schedule shifts and extreme weather can curtail the best intentions to keep moving.

Every year I find myself saying, “I will do that over the summer when I have more time“.  As summer ends, I am amazed how I did not have more time. I have heard this from many of you as well, even from those of you with the summer off!

A bit of structure can go a long way.  So now is a great time to set some  summer exercise goals. 

Keep it simple, because after all, it is summer.  Simple goals are powerful when well designed.  Give those goals even more power by putting them in writing and share them with someone.  Goals that are written and shared are much, much more likely to be met! 

The first day of Summer is also a great time to review the hot weather exercise guidelines to keep moving safely as the temperature rises.

Wishing you a wonderfully active summer!

Keep Moving, Be Well,

Janet

Please share these posts with anyone you know interested in losing weight with or without weight loss surgery.  Click here to learn more about the UMass Memorial Weight Center

These weekly blogs are general guidelines. These guidelines apply to patients who are cleared by a physician for the type of exercise described. Please contact your physician with any concerns or questions. Always report any symptoms associated with exercise, such as pain, irregular heartbeats, and dizziness or fainting, to your physician.

 

 

 

 

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by | June 20, 2016 · 1:47 pm

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