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It’s almost summer! If you’re anything like the KINETIC team, we have been pushing ourselves hard to get ready for all of the outdoor excitement that summer brings.
For all of us here at KINETIC, it has been a truly fantastic experience seeing our new fitness centers come to life while helping our Irvine Company customers set and meet their fitness and wellness goals.
Did you know you’re usually dehydrated? It’s generally been found that everyone who’s working out, even professional athletes, are usually not drinking enough water.
Spring is here! We’ve got sunshine, flowers blooming, the spring holidays and a great opportunity to do some spring cleaning at home and at work.
Three weeks in, how are you progressing with our 21-day Miles for March Challenge? The KINETIC team is seeing our endurance up and improvements to our pace, and we hope you’re seeing similar results! If you haven’t started yet, there’s no better time than now, trust us.
With spring comes a great opportunity to talk to your physician about a spring checkup. A visit to a qualified healthcare professional is an ideal starting point to getting insightful advice that will help you put your health and wellness goals into action.
At KINETIC, March Madness isn’t so much a basketball tournament as it is a challenge to improve our overall fitness. And we’re a competitive bunch here who love to set goals, so we’ve created our newest 21 day challenge and are inviting you to participate.
Whatever you’re celebrating on February 14, here at KINETIC we want you to have a great workout. We’re all for togetherness whether at the gym, working out or meal planning, and there’s no better day of the year to grab a workout buddy and burn some calories than Valentine’s Day!
If you’ve been thinking about getting started with meal prep, there’s no better time than now! For anyone who is looking to achieve health and wellness success, meal prep is one of the key factors in reaching your goals. Not only is it one of the most efficient ways to stick to your eating plan, it also will help you to reduce your monthly food budget as you’re not going to be eating out for lunch every day.
If you’ve enjoyed a yoga class or two, you understand the power of clearing your mind. In February, those of us here at KINETIC have chosen to focus on how to add serenity to our daily lives in order to improve our overall wellness. Today, we’re starting with meditation.
For a lot of us, making resolutions is a great way to start the year, but we struggle to actually stick to them past January. This is why at KINETIC, we’ve adopted goals in place of resolutions for 2017, to get where we want to go with our fitness and wellness.
We all have a driving desire to better our overall health. Whether you’re changing your diet or increasing your daily exercise, the motivation is there and you’re probably making great progress! However the unfortunate truth is that if we aren’t getting up at least once an hour, it’s likely that the sedentary lifestyle of working at a desk is reducing a lot of the success we may achieve.
When it comes to making healthy decisions, there’s no limit to your options for breakfast, unless you consider the time that it can take to whip up a batch of flourless banana pancakes (our personal favorite). However, time shouldn’t stop you from eating healthy in the morning or starting your day off on the right foot.
It’s a 24-7, always connected, “never off” world these days, at least for those of us in the workplace. Taking personal time even for a quick bite to eat sometimes just isn’t an option, never mind making it to the gym for a workout. However, a lot of companies are encouraging employees to take advantage of their lunch breaks to improve their productivity and overall health.
As part of KINETIC, we want to empower our visitors to find new ways to incorporate wellness into their lives at work and at home! From today, we’ll be providing you with ideas for planning healthy and fast recipes to enjoy at home or at the office.
Too often, it’s easy to spend entire workday indoors, glued to your computer and mobile devices. Getting outside for a quick break can sometimes feel like recess, and you may believe that you’re not allowed that given your “status” as “accomplished professional”.