Making exercise an enjoyable part of your everyday life may be easier than you think! Especially with the fun-filled week, we have planned on

We all know exercise is good for us, and research tells us that self-compassion increases the likelihood we’ll succeed in any given endeavor. So, don’t be down on yourself about your schedule, current fitness level, or supposed lack of willpower. Those are demotivating thoughts. Instead, look at any unhealthy choices as opportunities to learn and grow. 

Ditch the all-or-nothing attitude and just get started again this week by taking a short walk. In fact, adding just modest amounts of physical activity to your weekly routine can have a profound effect on your mental and emotional health.  

The forecast looks good for our gentle-beginner yoga class taught by Sheri Kosh on Tuesday night at Herrington Manor. Please register at the link below, as it helps us know how many to expect!  This class is provided at no cost to participants and is funded through the Garrett County Health Department by a CareFirst grant award to increase opportunities for fitness in our area!

Friday afternoon, we are back on paddle boards on the calm water at Herrington Manor. It’s an excellent way to improve balance and even have a meditative experience on the lake. A limited number of paddle boards are available, so keep checking our blog posts on Go! Garrett County to look for the sign-up we’ll post later this week.

Don’t forget about walking with purpose, as Hospice hosts their Annual Walk this Saturday. Learn more here:

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