Staying Active on Your Winter Holiday

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Staying Active on Your Winter Holiday

Winter is well and truly upon us. So what better way to celebrate than booking a holiday somewhere warm, such as BIG 4 Forest Glen on the Sunshine Coast.

For those lucky enough to be taking a break to escape the winter chill, take this holiday as a chance to get back on your feet after a hot summer of air conditioning and set out for some adventures.

The cooler temperature outside doesn’t mean your exercise routine needs to be kicked to the curb. A little more preparation may be required but keeping active on your holidays can be easy, and at BIG 4 Forest Glen, we make it fun!

Holidays are also a great time to mix up your usual routine and try new things. Search our website and you will find a list of activities happening throughout the Sunshine Coast this month, and don’t worry because we have already done some research for you, all you need to do is write down how you plan to stay active while you’re away.

If it’s important for you to stick to your current routine, talk to us about access to any equipment you need, we can advise you on the closest location to your holiday spot.

However, if you’re looking for different ways to keep moving then talk to our team about what activities you can incorporate into your day that will keep you active, having fun and sightseeing, all at the same time.

Activities you could consider here at BIG 4 Forest Glen on the Sunshine Coast are:

  • Explore local bushwalking tracks and trails.
  • Water activities like snorkeling, kayaking or learning to surf classes (with a wetsuit).
  • Hire bikes and spend a day exploring.
  • Play golf (just don’t hire a cart – make walking part of the fun).
  • Try your hand at tennis.
  • Yoga or Pilates classes are often open to taking new clients for one-off visits.
  • If you’re travelling with kids you have a perfect excuse for some outdoor running or ball games.

Buderim Falls

If you’re planning to take it easy you could simply start every morning with a long walk, taking a different route each day to explore your surroundings. There is the Buderim Falls close by, as well as some beautiful scenic walks through Tanawha.

And while it’s tempting to put your feet up altogether when you’re on holidays, remember that keeping active will help give you energy, potentially reduce stress and keep those extra holiday calories in check.

June 23rd, 2016|