Closed gyms and cancelled social events created a void in our established physical and emotional habits that kept us in good shape and spirit. Are you seeking motivation in creating a new fitness routine? New approaches to healthy eating? Intellectual and recreational activities to engage your brain? Here are some resources to keep your mind, body and heart active.
The key components of this resource kit include: strategies to keep active - physically, intellectually and emotionally
In addition to the resources listed below, here are a few additional resources to help you meet your personal goals in this area:
- Exercise Examples and Videos (nutrition.gov)
- Exercise and Physical Activity Resources (nia.nih.gov)
- Physical Wellness Toolkit (nih.gov)
We encourage you to use the comment box below to post your thoughts or to recommend other wellness resources that you or your institution's trainees have found helpful. We are always available at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer your questions or help you share your ideas! Additional information and resource kits can be found on the Wellness during COVID-19 and Beyond page.
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