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Exam season is nearly upon us and, whether you’re doing GCSEs and these are your first big exams or you’re an experienced post-grad sitting finals, chances are you’re likely to spending more time sat down at a desk revising than you usually do. That means far less time being even remotely active (you’d be surprised the difference even just standing in a lab compared to sitting down makes!).
The colder months creep in and we get more run down with the lead up to Christmas and New Year, most of us are more likely to get the sniffles or a nasty bug. This can mean we have to put our health and fitness plans on hold for a while. Getting back into it after you have been unwell can be hard as well as, having the fear of becoming ill again. Follow these tips to help you get back into your healthy lifestyle safely.
The holiday season often puts a dampener on any plans to kick-start a new fitness regime. In fact, from as early as autumn some people get into the mentality that they’ll just make the changes in the new year. But it doesn’t have to be this way. There’s nothing to stop you from pulling the trigger and jumping in feet first with a new diet and exercise regime before 2017. Here are four benefits of getting fit before January.