Health Benefits of Your Lawn
Overindulging for the Holidays
There’s nothing quite like a Thanksgiving weekend spent with family and friends. Great company, quality time, and delicious food…lots and lots of delicious food.
If you’re like many Americans, you may over-indulge this holiday season – after all, it’s hard to say no to a second piece of mom’s homemade pumpkin pie. Add in multiple meals, Black Friday finds, and game day treats, and you may be left feeling a little overstuffed.
Don’t let the holiday ruin your personal health goals this year. Instead of gearing down for winter hibernation, gear UP for a season full of outdoor activities on your lawn. It may not be summer any longer, but that doesn’t mean your time spent outside needs to come to an abrupt end. It’s all about creating a comfortable balance between your holiday indulgences and a variety of fun, healthy activities. Here are just a few of the ways you can enjoy your lawn over the coming months:
Football and Thanksgiving seem to go hand-in-hand, don’t they? But that doesn’t mean you have to restrict games to the holiday weekend. Enjoy backyard family football games all season long! In addition to being a great source of exercise, football also brings loved ones together for a great bonding experience. Practice your athletic skills, teach your kids about sportsmanship, and enjoy a terrific, full-body workout that will help you burn off those extra cold-weather calories.
Raking Leaves. Raking doesn’t have to be a groan-worthy chore. Not only will raking help keep lawn disease at bay during the colder weather, it can also improve the aesthetics of your yard while giving you a great cardiovascular workout.
Tag & Hide-and-Go-Seek. If you have children who love to run around and play, why not bring their favorite high-energy games outdoors? Enjoy some quality time with your kids and create memories – all while exercising!
Decorate Your Home.
Granted, decorating for the holidays may not seem like much of a physical activity at first, but let’s see if you change your perspective after hanging countless twinkle lights around the perimeter of your home. All of that stretching, climbing, and reaching, and you’ll definitely be feeling it the next day.
This holiday season, eat up, indulge and enjoy to your heart’s content. Just be sure to head out and enjoy some heart-pumping activity on your lawn before you take that second nap.
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