As we head into cold and flu season and continue to wage war against COVID-19, we’re all looking for additional ways to keep ourselves (and our kids) healthy. Simple habits like washing our hands, not touching our faces, and sneezing into our elbows can help prevent the spread of germs, but what about building your body’s natural defenses? Is there anything you can do to help your body fight off illness? You bet!
There are over 3.8 million breast cancer survivors in the world, including women who have completed treatment or are still in the middle of treatment. These women are warriors who have endured and fought against the disease that affects so many people every single year.
It’s October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we’re doing everything we can to raise awareness, funds and show our support for the people who have been affected by breast cancer.
The most common fitness goals are to reach a certain weight, look a certain way, or become stronger. All of these are the physical benefits of working out, but what about the mental benefits of exercising? Mental health and wellness should be one of our main fitness goals. You should be working just as hard towards a healthier mental state as you are towards your physical appearance.
It’s time to make movement a part of your life every day, and Gold’s Gym SoCal is the perfect place to start. If you’re new to working out, or you’re just starting your fitness journey, we have knowledgeable trainers and staff to help you map out a plan to reach your goals. The first step in beginning your fitness journey is to figure out what your motivation to get healthier is. Are you hoping to improve your mental health, physical looks, strengthen, and tone, or improve your overall health? Once you decide this, you’ll find it easier to motivate yourself to get to the gym consistently and put in the work to reach your goals.