How to break out of bad habits and replace them with good ones

Let’s face it, being under quarantine and not having access to facilities where we can move and enjoy sports is not a good prerequisite to keep up healthy routines. Spending most of our time at home, where we have the comfort, the privacy and time can easily trigger building behavior patterns that can accumulate towards weight gain, decrease of strength and overall decrease of well-being.

We know that the environment plays a major role in what kind of actions we take. Having a fridge full of food and snacks right next to us obviously promotes eating. Working right next to your bed encourages you to lie down when you feel tired. Compare this to an environment such as your office or a café as your workplace, where those things are simply inaccessible to you.