That’s the goal, right? But like any goal, there’s a little bit of tension built into it. Here’s what we mean:
- Working out is a priority – but so is kicking back and having a few drinks.
- You want to maintain your health – but not at the expense of your social life.
- Making time to exercise is important – but that’s hard when you wake up with a hangover.
Yes, these are the dilemmas a lot of us face, but figuring out solutions – especially before you’re at the bar with your friends – is possible. Ultimately, it comes down to finding a balance. Here are a few ideas to consider.
Look for Opportunities Instead of Obstacles
For those of us with limited free time, who keep tight schedules, or enjoy predictable routines, nothing can interfere with our plans like a spur-of-the-moment going away party or a last-minute birthday dinner with friends. This is all the more true when that party or dinner lands right in the middle of your normal gym or workout time.
Sober Rush Tip #1: Cut Yourself Some Slack
That’s right. There will inevitably be other times to hit the gym or get those miles on the bike in. The same can’t be said for celebrating with your friends or family. You’re right to prioritize your fitness, but your mental health is important too. That warm feeling you get when you’re around people you care about may not qualify as a PR, but it will do wonders for your heart and mind. Sometimes the things that look like obstacles are opportunities in disguise.
Make the Most of Where and When
Despite all of our technological advances, we’ve yet to successfully clone ourselves. That means we can only be in one place at a time. On one hand, that’s frustrating. FOMO is a real thing, and there’s almost always something else we could be doing.
Sober Rush Tip #2: Wherever You Are, Be There Fully
If you’re three miles into a six-mile run, be there – even if you’d rather be somewhere else. If there’s a girls' weekend coming up next month but you’re not sure how to maintain your Pelaton schedule, you’re going to need to decide which one you’d rather do. And when you make that choice, lean into it. Make the most of where you are, whenever that is.
Pace Yourself (and Have a Partner)
When it comes to staying fit (and occasionally getting lit), there’s a common problem: drinking too much, too fast. Almost all of us have made this mistake before. After a long work week or not enough opportunities to go out, it’s easy to get a little carried away. Those nights can be fun, but the following morning is typically anything but.
Sober Rush Tip #3: Take It Easy, and Take Us With You
For the longest time, we accepted hangovers as one unfortunate side-effect of drinking. Not anymore. Sober Rush eliminates the toxins that cause hangovers three times faster than your body alone. No toxins mean no hangover. Plus, it’s all natural and easy to take. Just two tablets before you drink and you’re good to go. It’s that simple!
Getting Sober Rush has never been easier. Order yours today and find the harmony between feeling your best and enjoying every moment. You’ll be glad you did.