Keeping up your fitness after a big move
Keeping physically active isn't only good for your body, it can also have a positive impact on your mind, health and wellbeing.
Getting some physical exercise into your day can help lift your mood, relax your mind and boost your spirits - so keeping up with your fitness routine after you've gone through a stressful move is particularly important.
If you're planning to move to a brand new city, it's a good idea to plan ahead to ensure you can maintain your regular exercise routine.
Those moving into long-term accommodation as part of Live@Mantra have a range of advantages, including fully furnished apartments, discounted internet and a handy pantry shopping service.
Several Mantra hotels and holiday apartments in Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns and more (such as Mantra Parramatta) offer extensive gym and leisure facilities for their residents, so there's no excuse to let your fitness lag!
"Keeping physically active isn't only good for your body, it can also have a positive impact on your mind, health and wellbeing."
The benefits of staying physically active
Keeping to your regular exercise routine has a variety of physical benefits. It helps to promote healthy weight through burning calories, and it can also aid your body in fighting health conditions such as high blood pressure and certain types of diabetes.
Being physically active helps to boost your body's amount of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) and keep your blood flowing.
However, regular exercise doesn't just have physical benefits - it can also boost your mood and improve your confidence and self-esteem.
If you've suffered through some stressful days at work, this can manifest itself in a variety of physical symptoms. Exercising and being active can help to alleviate some of these symptoms and aid in coping with stress.
There are a variety of benefits to keeping fit, and the gym facilities included in several Live@ Mantra hotels and holiday apartments mean you can easily maintain a healthy routine.