Spring in your steps…

ENG Blog banner - 26th March

Spring is well and truly here! It’s time to come out of winter hibernation mode and make some positive changes to your wellbeing.

Here are just a couple of ideas to get you started.

Go for a walk everyday. As you stride out, focus on all the good things you feel most grateful for. After that, take a mental note of how you feel. This simple technique will give you a sense of wellbeing.

Wear the mStrides while you walk. With mStrides in place, walking helps create a dynamic energy flow — in effect, a magnetic field generator inside shoes. Whether at home or in a non-physical activity job, the Kenko mSteps can also help you achieve the same sense of wellbeing as the mStrides with the added feature of relaxing massage nodes. Raised surface points provide the refreshing sensation of a foot massage when walking, standing or sitting — all day.

Take care of your feet. A good quality pair of socks is essential when you walk whether it is a short distance or a longer one.

Benefiting from high-quality cotton blend for comfort and durability, the ThermoWear Golf Socks are designed to help keep your feet comfortable no matter where your steps are taking you. Whether you are playing sport, planning to attend the British Masters Golf European Tour in April or just planning your trip away for the Easter holidays, the ThermoWear Golf Socks could help offer your feet that added comfort and a positive sense of wellbeing.

Nature has a way of making people feel calm, and exercising outside can strengthen that effect. It also becomes a major distraction from all the stresses of life.

Numerous studies have demonstrated that engaging in regular physical activity improves mental and physical health, which is why health organisations, such as the UK Department of Health, recommend adults engage in a minimum 150 minutes of physical activity per week.

The benefits of exposure to natural environments and regular exercise has led to suggestions that there may be an added benefit of exercising outdoors beyond the benefits experienced when exercising in an indoor environment.

Social interaction is yet another great benefit of getting out there as people tend to interact more with others when outdoors. And last but not least, Vitamin D… it’s well known that increased exposure to sunlight may help increase levels of vitamin D. This vitamin is very important for the immune function and also for the maintenance of bone growth and repair.

This spring, walk your way to your wellbeing!

(26th March)

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