Being a working parent is hard, and over the past year, it’s gotten even harder. Working from home has meant we rarely get a break from both work and family, barely having a moment to ourselves, and it’s hard to stay active trying to juggle work and kids sometimes.
However! Here at Chapter, we’re kicking off our #MoveMoreMay with a new project, specifically developed with all of you hard-working parents in mind – The Workout Parent.
Research shows that physical activity can also boost self-esteem, mood, sleep quality and energy, as well as reducing your risk of stress, depression, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.NHS England
The Workout Parent is designed for you to take forty-five minutes, twice a week through May and June, to focus on yourself and join a group of fourteen other like-minded parents in a led workout via Zoom. Your coach will provide SMART goal setting and weekly one-on-one accountability check-ins to keep you on track and achieving your best.
The project is free! The Workout Parent has been developed using funding from Sports England in order to give working parents a well-deserved well-being boost that they may desperately need. Exercise and time to yourself is something that has been proven to improve mental well-being, while at the same time maintaining our physical well-being – and here at Chapter, we hope to be able to assist in providing you with just that.
Aerobic exercise has been found to be effective in alleviating several anxiety and stress-related disorders.Institute of Psychology and Education, Ulm University
If a well-being boost and an excuse to take time to yourself and exercise appeal to you, check the link below for more in-depth details and apply for a place! There are only 15 places available so act fast!
Closing date for applications is Sunday 9th of May, with the first session on the 18th of May. We hope to see you there!