Work (Out) From Home, powered by Humana 56
Work (Out) From Home, powered by Humana

As the world struggles to find its footing, we know you are working extremely long hours. Along with advocating for your patients and coping with the continued uncertainty of COVID-19, you may now have to home school your children and/or take care of aging parents. As a nurse, you are probably putting everyone ahead of yourself. But now more than ever, is the time to be gentle with yourself, and that includes being physically active to help maintain your health and wellbeing.

During our May Work (Out) From Home challenge, powered by support from Humana, we will offer you tips on how to exercise indoors and find activities that resonate with you. It doesn’t have to be anything big or major, let's simply get moving.

This will be fun, relaxing, and achievable. For instance, never underestimate of the value of dancing as a workout, making wall snow angels or doing chair squats. Or go in a more meditative direction of incorporating some yoga, tai chi, or qi gong into your day.

Though this challenge ended in May, 2020, you are welcome to challenge yourself to try it. Invite a colleague or friend to join you! Are you ready? Get Started here.


Date & Time
Monday May 11th, 2020
End Date & Time
Friday May 22nd, 2020

How are you doing in the challenge?

SAD SAD Jul '20
Walking over 6 miles daily.  I tried a virtual Zumba class yesterday.  It was fun!
Worked the evening shift yesterday, so I was able to get in a 5 mile walk before I went in! 
45 minute HITT workout 
wyorn wyorn Jun '20
Walking every day working on yoga on demand as I miss my studio
2 mile walk today meditating now
ChrissyC ChrissyC Jun '20
I walk for 30 to 60 minutes every day and take a virtual Pilates lesson in my home office 3-4 times a week.  Feeling stronger and more focused.
Janet P Janet P Jun '20
My bedroom is the calming center 
Ange Ange Jun '20
Either my home office that has a mountain view, my plants & overall my relaxing place or my workout room. Will depend on where my husband, dogs & cats are not at the time.
My bedroom is my meditation perfect place ,it is dim with pine tree look out ,where the birds chirp at particulartimes as nature involvement is important to my meditation.
Linda Gay Linda Gay Jun '20
Have selected two areas: 1) bedroom on bed or 2) sitting on sofa in living room. Floor to ceiling windows in both areas, but window coverings; so private; and undisturbed as I live alone.


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Please Note:

This webpage offers exercise and fitness information and is designed for educational purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice. You should consult your healthcare provider before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs.