Physical fitness fades surprisingly fast, and for those who have delayed exercise until it's safe to go outside, it's going to be much more difficult to get back in shape. Restarting a habit can be an uphill battle mentally, and if anything has been proven true, it's that lack of exercise is directly correlated to poor mental health.
COVID 19, MOVEMENT, & MENTAL HEALTH
1. Yoga for Promoting Physical and Mental Health
2. Reconnecting with Nature through Simple Exercise
3. Better Scheduling to Include Diet and Exercise
BACK ON TRACK
Pantone P 179-2 C
Pantone P 132-3 U
Pantone P 156-10 C
Pantone P 33-12 U
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Econyl - Revolutional Eco
Inspired by the rebirth of Spring and the emergence of a re-energized society following the COVID-19 pandemic, these earthy tones reflect our return to nature and our unflinching vitality. Natural and recycled materials round out this collection to reflect our sudden awareness of our own mortality and prepare future generations for success in climate change.
THE SEDENTARY EPIDEMIC
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown and social distancing measures have had adverse effects on our physical and mental health. In a June published global study by Annals of Internal Medicine, daily step counts decreased between 27% - 50% following lockdown. Parallel to this, the rate of depression has spiked nearly 30%. This project's aim is to ease the population back into a more normal movement routine to battle the physical and mental impacts of the pandemic.