Why CoWorking is the Better Workout
Many people go to the gym; most probably go a couple of times a week, and some go every day. Whether people go to the gym to improve overall health, for weight loss, or to develop and tone specific muscles, they all benefit from increased physical fitness. But in most cases, that’s as far as it goes.
Treadmills, elliptical machines, and exercise classes provide physical health benefits, but lack the balance that holistic health practices offer. Holistic health consists of more than physical workouts; it encompasses healthy practices to improve physical and emotional health. In fact, good mental health is a better indicator for overall wellbeing than physical fitness.
Good mental health is a mix of several vital ingredients. Emotional resilience is critical to maintaining health, especially in today’s world. The ability to bounce back from adversity, adapt to life’s challenges, and manage stress in a healthy manner are essential.
Developing optimal self-esteem via a positive self-image and feelings of self-worth contribute to good mental health. Losing some weight or firming up belly-fat will certainly help. But again, it’s only part of the picture. Good mental health also consists of emotional awareness, effective coping strategies, and healthy relationships. Add in a staunch respect for others and a sense of purpose with meaningful and obtainable goals, and you’ll find yourself in a much better place.
Optimism and positivity are also crucial for success and good mental health. These qualities are difficult to sustain by yourself. They are confirmed and amplified by those around you.
Coworking spaces, such as Sprout CoWorking, can help provide the resources you need for a holistic approach to your work and, in turn, to your overall mental and physical health.
The professional atmosphere of a shared work environment boosts productivity, focus, and creativity. Self-esteem develops and grows in conjunction with the business success you can experience when you choose to work in a coworking space rather than in a home office, alone. Although you’re there to work, even a casual bit of socializing is fundamental to overall mental health.
CoWorking spaces provide a multifaceted approach that entwines health and productivity in a balanced way. In a world where the line between work and life is increasingly blurred, the right coworking space can provide a holistic health-conscious space for today’s professional.
Book a tour at Sprout CoWorking today, and see how we might be able to provide you with a work environment that helps contribute to improved physical and emotional wellbeing.
Oh, and if you’re still looking for that workout, Sprout CoWorking has a fitness center, bike paths, and scenic walking trails.
What more do you need?