Move. Exercise can counter winter burnout and stress by increasing endorphins, neurotransmitters in your brain that provide a sense of well being. Get the body moving by walking, running, interval training or implementing combination exercises. Completing an exercise regimen can also boost self-confidence, energy and provide a general sense of accomplishment, all of which can contribute to reducing winter burnout and stress
By Sloan Luckie
Sloan Luckie, a Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Public Accountant, is the author of the optimal health workbook, Body Under Construction. Body Under Construction shows how to use nutrition, exercise and sleep to attain and maintain optimal health.
Sloan’s unique philosophy on building and maintaining optimal health has garnered significant media attention. He has appeared on NBC’s “The Talk” with Marion Brooks, NY1 News with Cheryl Wills, WVON Radio with Kendall Moore, WYCA Radio with TL Richardson and graced the pages of Syd Jerome magazine. He’s conducted wellness demonstrations for women’s heart disease, men’s prostate and childhood obesity awareness seminars. Sloan has also conducted nutrition and fitness demonstrations for corporations and not-for-profit organizations throughout the United States.
Sloan Luckie, who is also the founder of Body Under Construction, LLC, is 48 years old and lives in Flossmoor, IL with his wife Sherree. They have three children, Chanel-21, Sloan II-11, Sterling-8 and a granddaughter, Peyton-1.