1. Crescent Stretch
This stretch can help ease tension and stress in the upper back, neck, shoulders and torso.Raise the hands overhead then interlace the fingers together. Exhale then move the arms to one side while keeping the shoulders back and down. Take several deep breaths then simply switch sides.
Walking is one of the most simple and easy ways to get moving! It’s even better if you can get outside. Walking is proven to boost your energy levels, combat fatigue, and enhance your mental well-being.
3. Weight Lifting
Weight training builds critical muscle mass in the body. Using weights helps the brain, by firing up different neurotransmitters than we usually use! Weight training also helps to build healthy bones to combat osteoporosis.
Pilates is similar to yoga in that it helps promote proper breathing while strengthening the core muscles. Pilates also helps to correct postural imbalances and specifically stretches the neck to improve thyroid production.
Consider taking up indoor or outdoor cycling! Cycling is a great way to get your aerobic exercise. A good cycling session can help lower your blood pressure and leave you feeling energized throughout the rest of the day.