Boost Team Health: Join Our 30-Day Winter Movement Challenge

As the chill of winter wraps itself around us, it’s all too easy for our movement and exercise goals to take a back seat. The festive season brings joy, but also a reason for our fitness routines to falter. However, Katherine Froggatt, a dedicated Cancer Coach at The Cancer Coach and a triumphant stage two breast cancer survivor, offers a beacon of motivation to help us and our teams stay active, healthy, and connected through the colder months.

Celebrating eight years of remission this winter, Katherine extends an inspiring invitation to organizations and their teams to embark on a transformative 30-day movement challenge. This initiative isn’t just about individual gains; it’s a powerful opportunity to foster team spirit, enhance accountability, and elevate overall morale.

Here’s How to Make the Most of This 30-Day Movement Challenge:


1. Identify and Overcome Barriers

Before the challenge commences, take a moment to reflect on past hurdles that may have hindered your consistency with movement goals. Katherine advises to journal these barriers along with the excuses that accompanied them. More importantly, alongside each noted barrier, jot down a concrete strategy you’ll implement this time to overcome it. This preemptive approach ensures you’re equipped to tackle old habits head-on, transforming obstacles into stepping stones for success.


2. Embrace Morning Movement

There’s something magical about starting your day with physical activity. Katherine encourages setting the tone for your day by committing to exercise first thing in the morning when your energy levels are naturally higher. This practice not only revitalizes your body but also sharpens your mind for the day ahead. Don’t let the winter weather dissuade you; variety is key. Mix up your routine with both outdoor and indoor activities to keep things interesting and weather-proof your commitment.


3. Rally as a Team

Participating in this challenge as a team magnifies its benefits exponentially. It’s not just about individual achievements but about creating a supportive environment where everyone encourages and motivates each other. The shared experience can significantly boost team morale, foster a sense of community, and keep everyone accountable. After the indulgences of the festive season, this challenge serves as a perfect catalyst to kickstart a healthier routine.


The Takeaway

The 30-day movement challenge presented by Katherine from The Cancer Coach is more than just an opportunity to stay active during winter. It’s a call to bring teams together, to support and uplift each other through shared goals, and to cultivate a culture of wellness within organizations. As we navigate the colder months, let’s take this challenge as a chance to renew our commitment to health, togetherness, and resilience.

Are you ready to step up and join Katherine in this exciting journey towards better health and team spirit? Remember, every step taken together is a step closer to a healthier, more vibrant team environment. Let’s embrace the challenge and see where it takes us. Join us, and let’s move towards wellness together.

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Written by James Walters

Community Manager at the Tree of Life Anti-Cancer Lifestyle Community and Programme and The Cancer Coach Cancer wellness and coaching programmes for Individuals, Workplace Wellness Providers & EAPs, Insurers, Employers, and Cancer Treatment Providers.

Jan 31, 2024

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