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Five Ways to Celebrate National Women’s Health and Fitness Day

National Women’s Health and Fitness Day is on Wednesday, September 29th, 2021, and we’re here to celebrate the #RedMountainWay! The goal of the event is to bring attention to the importance of physical activity and raise awareness for women’s health and fitness. According to the CDC, two-thirds of U.S. women are caregivers who provide regular support to others, but unfortunately caregivers are at a greater risk for poorer mental and physical health. If you’re suffering from poor mental or physical health, it is never too late to jump start a healthier lifestyle. Embrace self-love and self-care by starting your healthy journey today.

1. Try a new sport.

Addicted to spin class, but have always been curious about yoga? Or love hiking, but have always wanted to try HIIT? Now’s your chance. Check out our Red Mountain HIIT E-book for ideas, too!

2. Try Our New Supplement, RM Ignite!

RM Ignite is specially formulated to boost metabolism and energy levels. Other benefits include: optimal and accelerated fat burning, reduced fatigued, and improved mental acuity. Try RM Ignite to ignite your excitement for National Women’s Health and Fitness Day!

3. Snack on superfoods.

Dark leafy greens are packed with nutrients like folate, zinc, calcium, iron, fiber, and vitamin C. Berries are a source of antioxidants. Avocados is a healthy fat. There are many superfoods to choose from, so fill up!

4. Stay hydrated.

Drink eight glasses of water a day, and add fruits for flavor. Eat water-rich fruits and vegetables that have high water content to supplement your diet, like strawberries, pineapples, cucumbers, and tomatoes.

5. Take a power nap.

Power naps lasting 10-20 minutes help to relax and recharge you, according to the Sleep Foundation. Benefits of napping include regulating emotions, aiding memory function, and reducing sleepiness.

Bonus Tip: Ask a friend to work out.

When you have a work out partner, you’re more likely to be motivated and consistent with workouts. Even if you usually like to fly solo, mix it up with a partner to cheer you on.