How To Stay Active All Day All-Day Active

Being active doesn't have to be a chore and it doesn't have to mean slogging it out at the gym every night. With the right mindset, clothing, and imagination, being active can happen all day long at any opportunity.

1. Find transitional clothing to be all day active

A pair of jeans or set of high heels will prevent you from being active throughout the day. Finding activewear that is smart and stylish enough to be worn in the office that still functions during your workout can be tough, but Sundried’s Ortler trousers tick all the boxes. Inspired by cycling and working in the city, the Ortler trouser fuses tailoring with function. Smart enough to wear in the office but functional enough to remain all day active. Find clothes that offer a flexible fit to allow exercise to flow seamlessly into your daily routine.

2. Maximise your lunch break

Instead of working through lunch or sitting in the break room, take this opportunity to have a brisk walk. You get a 60-minute break per day, which means you could even squeeze in a 5k run with enough time to change and eat your lunch before returning to work. With the right smart activewear, you won't need to worry about getting sweaty, and if you take your trainers to work with you, it'll be seamless! Sundried's Dom Polo is super smart and wouldn't look out of place in the workplace. The breathable, sweat-wicking materials mean you'll stay cool and comfortable all day, even if you're getting active. 

 

3. Be all day active at home

After a long day at the office, it can be challenging to find the motivation to stay active at home, but it's easier than you think! Make small changes like getting up earlier to squeeze in a quick run or cycle or get up and do quick exercises during the ad break while you're watching TV. If you don't work in an office or you work from home, try incorporating your daily tasks into your workout routine.

4. Be all day active in the office

  • Always take the stairs, you know lift phobias exist because people are afraid of being lazy taking the lift right? Seriously.
  • Don't phone/email colleagues in the same office, get up and go and speak to them.
  • Go for a walk at lunch time, the fresh air will do you good. Ask a colleague to join you and enjoy the break.
  • Cancel your sandwich delivery and walk to the local shop instead.
  • Always take phone calls standing, it generates more energy in your body and voice, making a more successful call as well as keeping you active.
  • Organise the layout of your office space in such a way that you have to stand up to reach oft-used files, the telephone, or your printer, rather than having everything within easy reach.

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