Tell Us What You Do To Stay Active in Our State of Fitness 2022

For the past 7 years, we’ve kept tabs on your changing fitness habits, needs and spending. Your input helps us plan content and allows us to share where the interests of wellness-lovers and consumers are headed each year.

No one planned for a pandemic, but that changed the way you move in major ways too that we’re still keeping tabs on as well. 

It’s that time of year again! Tell us what you’re doing for wellness and help shape the future of aSweatLife – and, dare we say – wellness in general.

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About Jeana Anderson Cohen

Jeana Anderson Cohen is the founder and CEO of a premiere wellness media destination that creates content and community to help womxn live better lives and achieve their goals. Before founding health-focused companies Jeana earned a degree in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison - and fresh out of college she worked on the '08 Obama campaign in Michigan. From there, she created and executed social media strategies for brands. aSweatLife fuses her experience in building community and her passion for wellness. You can find Jeana leading the team at aSweatLife, trying to join a book club, and walking her dog Maverick.

31 thoughts on “Tell Us What You Do To Stay Active in Our State of Fitness 2022

  1. A few years ago my son gave me a Fitbit watch and I joined his walking group. It is a great incentive to encourage me to walk everyday. If it is too hot or too rainy to walk outside, no problem. I just turn on one of the walking videos available on YouTube and get my steps accomplished that way.

  2. I love attending classes but unfortunately since the pandemic they haven’t all returned, but I can do them at home following my former teachers’ classes. I miss the camaraderie of taking classes with others.

  3. I joined the gym in July.I go three days a week and do weight training and cardio on the elliptical.On the days I don’t go to the gym I keep active and moving.I do the recumbent bike at home and kettlebells and free weights

  4. I go to gym M – F and jog around the indoor track for one mile and then 30 min on a bike.

    1. I love to run and walk! I also enjoy at home yoga (sometimes with my dog) and strength training.

  5. weights and cardio 6x/week and I’m 60. I credit this with improved health and well being

  6. I believe the concept of health is holistic. I do not journal but meditate & have a daily online group where we pray for each other. It is an app: you leave comments.
    Also, do daily cardio like treadmill in 2 increments of 30 minutes. I use bands to do exercises to strengthen my core, planks, and clamshells, leg exercises. Had back surgery 10/22, so I see a physical therapist now post op . It’s been about 6 weeks. I am 68, a RN and plan to return to work because I like nursing and need the money. I eat fruits/ veggies/ eggs and chicken and fish. Like Dr. Gundry & his eating plan makes sense . Polyphenols like coffee black with Stevia is my go to 1-2 cups. Then it is water about 64ounces daily. My pig out foods is skinny pop popcorn & pistachios. And I eat Chinese about 1 a month usually won ton soup. Love vegetable soups when it’s cold. Reduced calorie hot chocolate. And a latte made w/ coconut milk sugar free Vanilla& Carmel is my treat. Wine like Riesling or Blueberry wine is another treat but not often weekly maybe 2-3 times per month with 2 glasses limit. No candy or sweets unless it’s for a holiday like Christmas. Thanksgiving: this year I omitted sweets. I think about sweets but drink water instead. I have no high blood pressure, no diabetes or heart disease. I do have neuro muscular pain due to nursing but when I return to work it will not be bedside nursing. I love nursing and really enjoy working with people to reach their health goals. Often those goals may not be curable but helping them to come to terms with end of life, being comfortable, massaging them if they can tolerate/ like touch, or just being present so they know they are not alone. Helping them resolve personal relationships or help take care of business. Like a thing you do you realize that kindness with showing them respect, privacy, and confidentiality is key. It is a sacred trust and I value that therapeutic relationship that is earned by showing my concern and respect. I know everyone is special and how they do their job, smile, communicate, and be proactive in their career whether it’s service , truck driving, waitressing—— it’s all important because you are bringing your personality/ character into how you perform your job.

  7. At 85 with an artificial ankle I am limited in what I can do but I ride my bike 4 or 5 miles three times a week and do at least an hour of physical therapy exercises after the bicycle. I also work in my yard trim in bushes and trees two times a week.

  8. Walk at least a mile a day and play with my 4 rescues cats, which is a lot of exercise lol

  9. I love to kayak and bike ride and hike. But mainly my elliptical and stationary bike.

  10. I exercise every week day before work. Plus, from April through Oct. I paddle 3 x per week on with other breast cancer survivors on a dragon boat racing team. I eat quite healthy and rare eat meat or non-organic.

  11. I play full court basketball 3 times a week and usually do a weight type workout ️‍♀️ 2 other days a week. I track progress with my Fitbit – average between 70,000 – 100,000 steps a week eat mostly a Mediterranean diet with minimal whites and do intermittent fasting 12 hours almost everyday. 6’2”, 211 lbs, 48 resting heart rate and no meds at age 67, it’s not rocket science it’s discipline.

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