Healthy Living in Sydney - Part 3

 Cazz and me in Rose Bay

Cazz and me in Rose Bay

Any healthy lifestyle is not complete without a movement routine. I say movement instead of exercise because sometimes exercise conjures up ideas of strenuous exertion and/or pumping iron in sweaty revolting gyms. It's all good if that is your thing but for many people that's not enjoyable or necessary.  Instead, if you think of it as a movement routine, it translates to just doing something you enjoy that makes you move your body (i.e. walking, running, yoga, dance, bike, SUP, etc).  Bonus if you do it outside and break a sweat. Here are my favorite ways to get out there and move. 

Movement 

 Bondi to Bronte walk

Bondi to Bronte walk

 Gordon's Bay from the coastal track

Gordon's Bay from the coastal track

 Heading off for a ride around Centennial Park

Heading off for a ride around Centennial Park

 My fave jump rope spot in Centennial Park

My fave jump rope spot in Centennial Park

 My mates Eb and Briar in Cremorne Point

My mates Eb and Briar in Cremorne Point

 Walk around the North Head at Manly

Walk around the North Head at Manly

 Stunning vistas in the Royal National Park

Stunning vistas in the Royal National Park

 Gotta love a good sweaty selfie :) 

Gotta love a good sweaty selfie :) 

 Cracking day at Bronte beach

Cracking day at Bronte beach

 Me and Grim (my bike) setting off for a ride around the park

Me and Grim (my bike) setting off for a ride around the park

 Morning in Rose Bay

Morning in Rose Bay

 Taking a dip during our bush walk in the Royal National Park

Taking a dip during our bush walk in the Royal National Park

Hope you enjoyed all the clean and green info on Sydney in this three-part series.  

Would love to hear from you if there are any hidden gems that I've missed on these lists as I'll be back soon to sniff 'em out and hit 'em up!

Steph x

 

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