Summer is here and if you’re an active person that means many activities under the sun. It may be traveling to the beach, going on a road trip, sightseeing popular attractions and many more. One thing that could spoil your summer is an unhealthy diet and poor care of your body and skin.
Healthy and Safe Workout Plan - One of the big no’s about summer is avoiding the sun especially when it’s at its peak. Go for a quick job early in the morning around 5am or if you have difficulty in the morning hours do it late in the afternoon. Keeping in shape through exercise is great for the body and mind however do it while avoiding the blistering heat. It's great to take your workouts outdoors, but when the temperature gets a bit too high, the easiest way to avoid the heat is to stay inside altogether. People most often tend to hit the gym in the early morning or evening, right before or after work.
Eat Properly - summer can cause skin problems, so make sure that stopping and curing various kinds of zits, including acne. Just remember to drink plenty of water day by day and include vitamins, regular consumption of fruits and vegetables in your diet. At the same time it's essential to keep away from oily, sugary and especially fast food meals that kill your diet and health. You are what you eat and this is certainly true, research online for healthy meals which you can follow in your everyday routine.
Bring along your Handy Sunscreen - Skin care is equally important as having fun on the beach. Summer hosts plenty of swimming, diving, and sports activities on the beach, most of which requires extended hours of frolicking in the sun. Avoid that red tan marks and make sure you’re protected with sunscreen. Sunburns are painful and can cause serious problems if you have a habit of not taking care of your skin and go unprepared in the sun
Keep Hydrated - Extended hours under the sun means it's important to keep yourself hydrated at all times. Ideally you should drink at least 15 minutes before any activities under the sun especially when doing sports or working out. For every 20 minutes spent working out, eight ounces of water should be consumed. This is where water loss during exercising comes into play—therefore, weigh yourself before and after your workout.