The Perfect Formula for Summer Fitness; Part 6, The End

Ladies and Gentlemen the guide to “The Perfect Formula for Summer Fitness” has come to an end. From food frenzies to rocking out in the car, each tip will surely provide a creative and unique way to burn off some of those calories.  Perhaps now the winter weight once gained from adding extra marshmallows to my hot chocolate will soon shed off by completing the suggested pool floaties exercises. In addition, I am sure to obtain some fun and friendship bonding with my weekly recreational kickball games. If I happen to be packing in some extra calories from my late night candy binges, I can always utilize one of the many free gym trial passes offered around the RaceTrac  Store Support Center. The options to have fun, lose weight and be beach family photo glam are endless! It’s simple, of course, the answer is the perfect equation of food, fun, free, friends and floaties.

Summer Kisses,
The Brand Management Intern,
Ariel

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The Perfect Formula for Summer Fitness: Part 2, Fun

FUN: Whether you are “Driving your Chevy to the levee” or “Getting your kicks on route 66”, everyone has to get to work somehow.

After fueling up on a quick breakfast of fiber and protein, like step number one of “The Perfect Formula to Summer Fitness” recommends, it is time to hop into my car and drive to work. While this may be a typical long and grueling drive in the Atlanta traffic, it is in fact the best time to have fun and let loose.

It’s time to turn up the radio and sing to everything from Lady Gaga to The Rolling Stones. The driver’s seat is now my stage and my morning coffee cup may not be the highest quality microphone, but it surely suffices. Although, I intend to get a few looks when I roll down the window and belt Celine Dion’s, “My Heart Will Go On,” the health benefits singing provides are far worth the stares.

Each morning, I am sure to walk into work happier, as singing elevates one’s mood. I have more energy, an improved memory, and an increased concentration all from my Grammy award winning performance that just happened to take place on I-75 south. For those that are seeking lower blood pressure or relief from asthma, singing can be a great exercise to facilitate these health needs. In addition, the oxygen intake is a fantastic way to stay healthy, look younger and tone one’s facial muscles. Now, we all know the secret to Justin Bieber’s fresh look, singing of course!

So, as Just Bieber would harmonize, “Never Say Never” to being too embarrassed of a highway concert. Whether, it is Madison Square Garden worthy or just shower time worthy, either way singing provides an excellent jumpstart to one’s morning.

Summer Kisses,
The Brand Management Intern, Ariel

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