Adapting to change

I want to know how you will be dealing with this next change that is upon us. We have adapted positively over the last year but, as the biggest change so far in this pandemic is implemented, how will you continue your relationship with exercise? 

I find myself on the train to London to head back to the office for the first time in over a year. 

At the beginning of lockdown, Humans of HIIT helped me and you with a new routine that made us feel better about the new working from home rule and all new restrictions that came with it. It has been reassuring to see followers having the same feelings towards the ‘new normal’. 

But, I now find myself in some kind of uncertainty. We have used exercise to help our wellbeing and workplaces have been very flexible when it has come to working from home hours. People have benefitted more than ever from the sudden shift. The ability to exercise, spend more time with children and use commuting time for something more productive has been a blessing. 

I want to reach out to you guys because as I make my way to the office, I’m thinking how am I going to balance exercise with this new change? Yes, I can go back to exercising before and after work, but it has been great to have had more flexibility to do this when I felt up to it. 

There are companies who have used the pandemic to rethink their working environments and listened to staff members to see what will be beneficial to them, which I think is a positive step forward. 

Written by Caroline Jones


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