When They Go Back To School, Do You Go Back To Bad Habits?
Fitness Expert Offers Tips for Busy Parents on Maintaining Good Wellness Habits And Getting Fit Without Even Trying Resources in Your Area
Fitness Guru Andrea Metcalf
When your kids schedules ramp up does that mean your routine goes out the window? When back to school season begins we are busier than ever; running from school to soccer practice, work to the grocery store, making sure homework is done and lunches are made. All the good habits you have been able to build over the summer by getting outside and being active have fallen to the wayside. Cooking a healthy, complete dinner even becomes a challenge. With the chaotic to-do list, its easy to let your health and fitness routine slack off or become non-existent.
The truth is, its not the hours you log at the gym that get you in good shape, its more about all of the choices you make throughout the day. From walking the dog, to doing household chores, to taking the stairs instead of the elevator – here are an infinite number of ways you can fit in a brief, but impactful workout.
Available for interviews on Aug. 11, 2010, fitness guru Andrea Metcalf, will offer creative fitness ideas; along with relevant tips on what you can do close to home to help you get in shape for good. Andrea will make sure your fitness routine doesnt take a back seat to the hurried back to school season. Shell offer advice on everything from gyms that offer daycare, to trainers in your area who come to your house, to healthy prepared food and local dining options.
ABOUT THE TALENT: Andrea Metcalf is a nationally known fitness expert. She is a national fitness Examiner for Examiner.com. Launched in April 2008, Examiner.com serves 240 markets across North America. Examiner.com feeds the passion a local community has for its favorite interests, activities and establishments by connecting them with credible and informed contributors who write and share information with insights only a local insider can provide. Andrea can be seen on the NBC Today Show, Oprah.com, and BETTER TV. She teaches jam-packed fitness classes, private clients, readers and fans. Her book, “Naked Fitness” hits shelves the winter 2011, promising to be a new way to align, walk and eat your way to feel great in your own skin.
This interview is sponsored by Examiner.com