3 Wellness Regimens You Should Follow at Home
At the moment of writing this newsletter, things around the world are a bit uncertain. People are being told to stay home and avoid contact with others as much as possible for health and safety reasons. Why not take it a step further by developing healthy habits at home? Here are three great ways to keep your mind and body happy while you’ve got the downtime to do so. Yoga and Meditation Not only are yoga and meditation good for your body, but they also do wonders for your mind, which is just as important to take care of in times of
crisis. If you’re a beginner to either of these practices, start simple. Find a quiet, distraction-free space to test some basic poses that you can find and follow online. When it comes to meditation, find a comfortable seated position, close your eyes, and focus on your breathing. This is a great way to remove negative thoughts and stress, if only for a little while. Cardio You might think that getting your heart rate up in the confines of your home without a machine like a treadmill or a stationary bike is difficult, but there are dozens of instructional videos online that can show you all the right moves to get your blood pumping in even the smallest of spaces. Some great options include jumping jacks, high knees, lunges, mountain climbers, and burpees. If you’re unfamiliar with these kinds of exercises, now is a great time to learn them and implement them into your routine. Nutrition If you have the ability to go shopping at your local grocery store, the easy choice might be to purchase processed and frozen foods. But in the long run, this isn’t the best way to take care of yourself or your family. Stock up on fresh vegetables and fruits as much as possible. Opt for lean meat over red meat and choose whole grains. The healthier the food you put into your body, the more mental and physical energy you’ll have to stay focused and productive during your time at home.
Take care of yourself and stay safe!
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TAKE A BREAK
THE GOLDEN KNIGHTS GIVE BACK
With the call to disband any planned events that require gathering more than 50 people, it’s been a sad time
are combining resources to support these employees who no longer have regular income by pledging a minimum of $500,000 to aid them.
for the world of professional sports, and the NHL is no exception. But our Golden Knights have been able to graciously look beyond themselves and work
Leading the player contributions is none other than goaltender Marc-Andre
Fleury, who has committed to donate $100,000. Fleury has had a long and illustrious career in the NHL and has been with the VGK since 2017. His stellar goaltending has led him to be chosen as the Las Vegas representative for back-to-back NHL All-Star Games. His prowess on the ice and his compassion off
to support other members of their “team” who have been hit hard by the economic downturn.
VGK owner Bill Foley announced organization-wide efforts to assist employees of T-Mobile Arena who are out of work. The Golden Knights organization, players, and the VGK Foundation
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the ice are prime examples of the things we love most about our Golden Knights.
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