Focus On Your Fitness Goals With The Help Of These 5 Workout Posters | #WellnessWednesday

Do you have fitness goals in 2016? Like for instance, take a morning jog. Hit the gym at least thrice a week. Or do a weekend run around the park in the morning. Let me guess, exercising is in your New Year’s resolution. Am I right?

So go ahead, start your day by sweating out yesterday’s stress and belly junk. When you exercise, you don’t just burn fats, you help your brain stay focused, creative and healthy. You boost your self-esteem. After a workout, you’ll experience a runner’s high – that feel good, energizing moment. Thanks to your brain’s neurotransmitters called endorphins.

To help you in staying true to your fitness goals, here are five workout posters that will remind you of exercise routines you should do in a day.

 

See it; Do it: Visualize your fitness goals

 

1. Workout by Sara Maese

pmiw-net-Workout by Sara Maese

 

2. Workout by Jacopo Rosati

pmiw-net-Workout by Jacopo Rosati

 

3. Benchmark Workout Infographic Poster by BNCHMRK

pmiw-net-Benchmark Workout Infographic Poster by BNCHMRK

 

4. Yoga Girls by Rachel Corcoran

pmiw-net-Yoga Girls by Rachel Corcoran

 

5. No pain no gain saiyan gym by Shine Out

pmiw-net-no pain no gain saiyan gym by Shine Out

Our body is designed for moving. So get up. Get moving. Make your brain happy and ready for the work ahead. For the majority of us, we are deskbound. That means many hours of sitting down at work. So when there’s time to spare, seize the opportunity to workout. It’s never too late to start your fitness goals.

Look, here is a creative representation of how your brain feels like when you are working out: I see cloud 9.

Rainbow Skipping by I Love Doodle

Rainbow Skipping by I Love Doodle

 

These motivational posters will come in handy if you want to be reminded about forming the daily habit of exercising. As the saying goes: when you hear it, you forget it. But when you see it, you remember it. We will keep you inspired to push forward because wellness means happiness. So stay tuned for another edition of #WellnessWednesday next week.

 

Focus On Your Fitness Goals With The Help Of These 5 Workout Posters | #WellnessWednesday
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