Fitness in everyday life and professional life
Everyone's day-to-day life is mainly characterized by one thing — stress. Stress has a variety of triggers and various consequences.
The primary triggers are the pressure to perform in professional life, problems in the family, and the scheduling of appointments that is too tight. The results are inadequate nutrition, poor physical activity, and training, which can lead to tension and poor posture. To avoid such painful changes in the first place, it is essential to ensure that you exercise enough and eat appropriately in everyday life.
Many say that they no longer have time for regular training or a fitness trainer in addition to their job and family. On the other hand, it must be said that traditional training does not mean that you have to go to the gym for hours every day or do excessive sports. Consistent training can also be an hour of swimming or yoga 3 times a week, or maybe half an hour of running or cycling every day, which you have to do without doing something good for your body. It’s easy to get the family involved in activities like this; for example, you can plan a bike ride with the children or a visit to the swimming pool at the weekend and something for your health with lots of fun for the whole family to do.
It’s usually more complex at work. The so-called “corporate fitness” has already been introduced in many companies with mostly desk jobs. This is a good personnel training concept to encourage employees under the guidance of experts (with personal trainer training and/or ISSA training certificate) to exercise regularly and keep them healthy. With corporate fitness, the company hires one or more personal trainers who work out an individual training plan for the employees, which can easily be carried out independently by the employees after one or…