older man stretching with friends before going for a run As we head toward our second full year of the pandemic, looking for opportunities to engage more employees in fitness and wellbeing programs has likely never been more critical. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Fitness goals are rarely easy for people to achieve. And being nearly two years into a global pandemic certainly hasn’t made that easier. To cope, many folks are going outside to achieve their health and wellness goals.

According to U.S. News & World Report, “exercising outdoors increases our exposure to sunlight, enhancing vitamin D production, which has been linked to improving mood, promoting bone health, boosting immune system function and reducing inflammation.”

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