David Reagan, Atlanta-Based Personal Trainer Answers: Are More People Practicing Healthier Behaviors Since COVID-19?

David Reagan, Atlanta certified personal trainer, takes an in-depth look into trending health habits that started to emerge during the COVID-19 pandemic to determine if more people are practicing healthier lifestyles and behaviors.

November 22, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

David Reagan, an Atlanta-based personal trainer, keeps up to date with trending health behaviors as a part of his work. After observing the spike in at-home fitness and improvement in eating habits after the start of the pandemic, he cannot help but ask if more people are now incorporating healthier behaviors into their daily routines since the beginning of COVID-19. 
A new national survey reveals that 85% of Americans have altered their eating habits since the start of the coronavirus outbreak. More individuals and families are cooking at home, which is proven to be a healthier option over eating out and cuts out a lot of added sodium that usually comes with restaurant dining. However, some unhealthy habits, such as snacking, have also been picked up by many. 
Many Americans have found their overall health improved in terms of healthy habits due to staying obedient to social distancing and stay-at-home regulations. Many high-end clients that David Reagan trains in Atlanta have increased their demand for workouts on online platforms to access from home. Choosing healthier food options, taking in less salt, and incorporating physical activity into your daily routine at home can also help decrease stress and anxiety. On the other hand, the coronavirus pandemic has created an increase in fear and insecurity towards one’s health level.  
Now more than ever is the time to focus on personal health. Following stay-at-home orders and social distancing can provide the opportunity to hone in on making those healthy habits stick, like food choices and better sleep. Incorporating those lifestyle changes will help decrease the chances of heart issues, cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure. 
The fact is that people have both benefitted and suffered in health during the pandemic. Many felt the pressures brought by the coronavirus emotionally, psychologically, and financially. It is not easy to find time or effort to incorporate healthy behaviors or make them a part of a routine under such pressure. On the opposing end, many people who were not making the most nutritional choices or incorporating physical activity before COVID-19 are now taking the time to focus on switching to positive health decisions during daily routines. 
For more information about infusing healthy behaviors into a daily routine or scheduling a personal training consultation with David Reagan, visit www.davidreaganatlanta.com.

About David Reagan
David Reagan is a NASM Certified personal trainer specializing in weight loss, personalized workout plans, bodybuilding, and nutrition. He caters to high-end clients and executives in Atlanta, Georgia, helping them achieve their fitness goals by accommodating their busy schedules. The client’s needs come first, and David’s fitness plan will set you up on the path to success.

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