3 Workouts to Help You Leave Work at Work and Avoid Burnout

Are you one of the many people returning to the office after 2+ years of working from home? Are you trying to get back into a routine? Hoping to prevent burnout? or relearning how to set boundaries between work and home?



Hitting the gym after work can relieve stress, create a separation between work and home and boost energy so you can be more involved with your family at home or to spend time with friends.


Here are 3 of my favorite workouts to do after work! You can hit the gym or studio or press play on a home workout.


High intensity Workouts: thinking about work while you're doing burpees or running on the tread? I think not! Exercise boosts endorphins and endorphins make you happy! Chase that runners "high" and improve your heart health with a high intensity workout like a run, bootcamp or spin class


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Yin Yoga: Yin yoga is the slower, more meditative alternative to your flow or power yoga class. It focuses more on deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. You'll hold poses for much longer while breathing through any discomfort, allowing you to connect deeper with your body and give it some serious love. Yin yoga helps relieve stress, tension in the neck and shoulders and helps you sleep. Thats a YES from me.


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Weightlifting/Strength Training: it's hard to think about work when you're trying to deadlift 100s of pounds up off the floor. Weightlifting has so many benefits, from helping to improve your posture, to making everyday tasks easier and even anti-aging! There are many ways to strength train, including body weight exercises, so you can do it anywhere! Try adding a few squats, lunges, pushups or planks to your morning routine or before you hit the couch after work. Even 5 minutes a day can be extremely beneficial to your health. Try this 30 minute full body strength workout from my YouTube channel, all you need is a mat and a set of dumbbells.


What's your favorite way to unwind after work?


xoxo,

Briana

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