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CHECK UP FOR POSITIVE CHANGE IN 2018

How are “YOU” shaping a fitness plan that will support your lifestyle?

*Goal planning is best done in writing and following the SMART PLAN. Specific Measurable Achievable Rewarding Timely

Let’s review the first 4 tips of the Right Fit Dozen.

1. Stop telling people you’re so busy instead getting busy at Right Fit! You can register a new right fitter today to join you in a free class.
2. If you make a commitment keep it. If you have had a self-assessment with us already you know exactly what you need to be doing to improve your overall health. If not, please email me directly to set up a self-assessment appointment.
3. Text less, converse more…start conversing with your community of Right Fitters.
4. Sit less, Move more and try the Sit -Stand Challenge – measures musculoskeletal fitness. Right Fit training specialists are here to help if needed.

Warming up before Biking: the Right Stretches to Get Ready for Your Ride

As kids, we all learned to ride a bicycle. While it was a fun and thrilling task to do back then, we weren’t quite aware of what skill we were learning! Now that we are adults, we can see what cycling can do for us.

Biking is a cardiovascular activity that keeps you fit, healthy, and in shape. And the best part is, you don’t require any training facility for this!

Warming Up Before Biking

Most people underestimate the movement and strength of the muscles and body involved in biking. Just like any other heavy physical workout, biking involves a lot of strain on the muscles.

According to the trainer specialists, to avoid straining any of your muscles while biking, you need to do the right stretches for a thorough warm up. Here are two of the warm-up stretches that you can do to assure that your body and muscles are ready for a bike ride:

• Stretch Against A Wall

While you’re doing this warm-up exercise, you will challenge the muscles of your shoulders, chest, triceps, and calves. This will make them ready for the cycling session.

Time to Take Care of That Spine.

Inversion is available to all Right-Fit clients.

Inversion therapy may be best known as a method to relieve back pain, however it is also a successful method to reverse other negative effects that gravity has on the body.Over time, gravity can contribute to problems with circulation, height loss, prolapsed organs and general body functions.

Inversion can also be used as a proactive approach to help maintain overall health. Hanging upside down can help to stretch and relax muscles, reduce stress and tension, and provide healthy movement for ligaments.

Doing inversion helps with the following:

- Relieve Back Pain
- Provide Care for the Discs
- Relieve Stress and Muscle Tension
- Improve Circulation and Accelerates the Cleansing of Blood and Lymph Fluids
- Reduce the Effects of Aging Caused by the Force of Gravity
- Enables the Body to Stretch and Align Itself
- Can Help with Workout Recovery
- Strengthen Ligaments

To learn more about how inversion can help you email suzanne@right-fit.com

Copyright © 2017 Suzanne M. Gray.