- Q1: How does your fitness routine change in the fall season?
- — Ashley Welch (@Ashley_LizWelch)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:09:16A1: I think fall is a great time to get back into a regular fitness routine. Summers can be hectic w/ vacations & scheduling #HealthTalk
- — Sarah Stanley (@sarahstanley)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:08:56Did you know that the average American only gets 5k steps per day. The recommended amount is 10k. Don't be average! #healthtalk
- — Sarah J McNaughton (@junemcnaughton)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:11:06
- — Christiana Serle (@ChristianaSerle)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:11:58
- — Alysha Reid (@AlyshaReidEH)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:14:10
- — Sarah Stanley (@sarahstanley)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:14:26Get in a workout first thing at the start of the day! You’ll have more energy, focus, stamina throughout the rest of the day. #healthtalk
- — Lisa Oldson MD (@LisaOldson)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:14:56#HealthTalk A1: Its easier 2 walk briskly or jog to & from the train now that the weather is cooling down. Move more during work!
- — Alysha Reid (@AlyshaReidEH)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:15:41A1: Also, fall fashion is a great excuse to get motivated again. Just bought a whole new gym wardrobe with all the sales on now! #healthtalk
- Q2: What is your favorite way to get active in the fall?
- — Mark D. Rucker (@MarkDRucker1)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:21:14
- — Sarah Stanley (@sarahstanley)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:20:05Pick a new fitness goal for next 3 months. Ideas: a running race, holding plank, lifting for sculpted legs/body, faster runner #healthtalk
- — Suzie Wood (@eizusdoow)Mon, Sep 09 2013 19:22:33
- Q3: What is your biggest hurdle to getting active?
#HealthTalk: Fitting in Fall Fitness
Sarah Stanley joined us for a live Twitter chat on tips for time management and ways to fit your workout into a hectic schedule. Check out the highlights.
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