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Try This: Walking Meetings

by | Sep 11, 2014 | Activity, Mental Health, Weekly Fitness Challenge

Try taking your meeting outside this week. Instead of booking the boardroom, grab a coffee and head for a walk around the block.

Sitting for long periods of time has been linked to a number of health issues like obesity and heart disease. Getting up, active and away from a chair is a great way to get your blood circulating, heart pumping and muscles moving.

It’ll also a nice mental break escaping from the office into the fresh air and sunshine.

The impact of adding some movement can be amazing for your health so get out there and get moving. 

Ryan
Ryan

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