Hope you all had a great week. One item that I want to throw out there for a Great Fall addition is the Crisp White Shirt. Who could ever forget the legendary white shirt that made its way into the fashion world years ago. The crisp white shirt is a must have. It is a staple that can be worn in many different ways. It is an effortless piece and can be dressed up or down, depending on what the occasion is.
I personally love wearing a crisp, white shirt either tied in front or with a great pair of jeans, tucked in with a classic belt. I recently wore one of my favorite, white shirts recently with a great pair of cut off jean shorts and my comfy Gucci Slides. This outfit would’ve looked great with a classic belt and jeans or even a denim skirt and some strappy heels or classic sneakers. The classic , white shirt will be around for years to come. This shirt can also be worn as an addition for a great pair of slacks. If you are headed to work or even a dinner date, this shirt is a keeper in more ways than one.
Years ago, White shirts were labeled as shirts for people who could afford the luxury things. Business men , back in the 1800’s would wear them everyday, and people thought they just owned many of them to keep them so white and crisp. That is really how they came up with the terms “white collar’ and “blue collar”. Now it a favorite with everyone.
Now days, White crisp shirts are still seen as professional attire to an extent, as many working people wear them, but they have evolved in to so much more. They have evolved them into comfort, functionality and have styled them in to so many different ways. You can buy them with tall collars, short collars, and collarless. No matter what, or how you wear it, it is one of the most loved shirts to ever come about, and I love mine!
Nowadays, we’re becoming more and more aware of how our actions and decisions impact our body, out happiness and our overall well being. The healthier the life choices we make, the better we will generally feel. Now, there are all sorts of aspects of wellbeing that we can focus on, ranging from diet to mental health, but for now, let’s focus on exercise. As we are all well aware, exercise is important for all of us. There’s a good reason that it’s recommended that we get one hundred and fifty minutes of moderate aerobic exercise a week, or seventy five minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise a week. It helps us to build strength. It helps us to build stamina. It helps us to remain flexible and supple. It also helps us to manage our weight if we are overweight or obese. But often, many of us avoid exercise. We have negative associations with it and would rather spend our time doing something more “enjoyable”. Now, exercise can be enjoyable. The issue is that many of us have been drawn into thinking that running on a treadmill in the gym or lifting weights is the only option for us. Now, if you enjoy these things, great! But if not, it’s time to start coming up with an exercise routine that better meets your needs and preferences. Here are a few different things you can do to stay fit and in shape!
Hire a Personal Trainer
If your issue is motivation, or simply not knowing what types of exercise to do for the results you’re looking to achieve, hiring a personal trainer could provide the perfect solution! Personal trainers are fully trained in fitness and will do everything they can to show you the correct exercises, the correct form, and ensure your fitness journey stays on track. Personal training does come at a cost, but this is good. You’re less likely to miss your session if you know you’ll be losing out on money and letting someone down. So, browse trainers in your area and settle on one with good reviews.
Try a Home Workout
Sometimes, people simply can’t be bothered to leave the house to attend gym sessions, fitness classes or sports clubs. If this sounds familiar to you and you’re more comfortable exercising independently, why not come up with a home workout? You may need to invest in some gym equipment or accessories from Rappd, but it’s more than worth the investment. Plus, you’ll be saving membership and class costs anyway! There are plenty of online tutorials and fitness videos you can follow to get started on the right foot. Just make sure that you don’t push yourself too hard and that you know the correct way to use all of your equipment before getting started.
If you like being social, sports clubs could tick your boxes. Sports clubs incorporate a social element into exercise. Often, people who attend sports clubs are having such a fun time playing that the exercise doesn’t even cross their mind. It’s much easier to work out when you’re having a laugh than when you’re stood on a cross trainer with little else to think about than how worn out you’re getting! Some of the most popular types of sports clubs include:
Many of us tend to associate swimming pools with kids splashing about and going down water slides. But there are plenty of swimming facilities out there for adults looking to exercise. They tend to be separated into lanes, so everyone can swim at their own pace. Becoming a strong swimmer isn’t only a great form of exercise. It also provides you with an invaluable life skill that can keep you safe in cases of contact with water. On top of this, swimming is a great option for the vast majority of people. It’s a simple way to get a thorough workout. Believe it or not, water can support up to 90% of your body weight, which means that this type of exercise is ideal if you are obese, disabled, have health conditions or are older. It will allow you to exercise while taking the weight and pressure off you. Plus, you can look forward to improved coordination, an all-over workout and maximised cardiovascular capabilities.
These are just a few suggestions, but hopefully, at least one of the options mentioned will appeal to you! Give a few a try and see what works for you!
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