Being home all the time sounds fun and relaxing but can get old very fast. After being home for days on end, I start getting weird headaches, amongst other things, and I had a feeling it was because I was trapped indoors. My environment started to get stuffy as there are but so many things I could do inside. I decided that this would be a opportunity to switch up my daily “routine” for the better.
This summer I was in the mood for something new. I was interning in New York City and decided to maximize my time there. I challenged myself to be more active. Hard to do, but not hard to do. Get it? It wouldn’t take much for me to be more active, but just as quickly as I felt the urge to get up and move is as quickly as the urge moved.
Getting active is something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time but let procrastination get the best of me. How ironic, right? Procrastinating about getting active. Anyway, to do this, I wanted to find something that was fun, convenient to get to (from work) and was a “one-stop-shop”. That way, I could work on strength, flexibility, and cardio all at once. So what did I choose?