Social Distancing Outdoor Workouts | Youfit Youniverse

A little time spent outside can work wonders for our mental and physical health. With the current climate of social distancing, many people are afraid to head outside for their fitness. At Youfit Health Clubs, we know there are many benefits of exercise, and these benefits can be enhanced when you exercise outdoors. There are plenty of self-quarantine outdoor workouts you can enjoy while still sticking to social distancing regulations. Ready to get some sunshine with your fitness? Check out our tips and tricks for outdoor exercise during COVID-19 and additional outdoor fitness tips.

Self-Quarantine Outdoor Workout Safety Tips

Before heading outside and exercising, it’s important to understand the safe way to stay socially distant while getting your outdoor fitness. One thing to note is that the UV radiation of the sun may help degrade COVID-19, making outdoor workouts less dangerous than many people believe. That being said, it

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How to Write Your Professional Biography

The health and wellness industry is getting increasingly competitive. Consumers have more choices when it comes to hiring a nutritionist or fitness professional than ever before.

As a small business owner, you need to stand out from the crowd to show potential clients why your services are better than the competition.

A professional biography is the first step in showcasing your personality and your talents. It’s a vital step in building your personal brand and winning new clients. It’s also something that many people don’t consider until they are asked to provide one, and they are forced to cobble one together in a hurry. The best time to write your bio is before you need it. 

If you aren’t sure where to start (it can feel uncomfortable to write about yourself), here are some tips for writing a polished bio that will grab attention on any platform.

Getting started


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The Health Benefits of Plant-Based Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 fatty acids are a vital building block for good health.

Since the human body can’t naturally produce these valuable polyunsaturated fatty acids on its own, it relies on foods that are rich in omega-3s to reap some of the many health benefits, such as:

  • Improved heart health and reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases and stroke
  • Decreased inflammation and reduced joint pain and stiffness
  • Better brain function, memory, and cognitive ability
  • Stronger bones and reduced risk of osteoporosis
  • Protection from certain cancers and cancer cell growth

Many plants contain high levels of one form of omega-3s known as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). The body then uses ALA to create two other omega-3s, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). All three work together to promote better heart health, reduced risk of stroke, and even better sleep quality.

A balanced, plant-based diet not only supplies the necessary levels of omega-3s,

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