Here Are 5 Ways To Be Eco-Friendly While Staying Active
Here Are 5 Ways To Be Eco-Friendly While Staying Active
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Here Are 5 Ways To Be Eco-Friendly While Staying Active

It’s officially Earth Month! We’re celebrating and helping to do our part in the global fight against climate change by sharing a few easy ways you can be eco-friendly while staying active. If you have health and wellness goals, chances are you have used the outdoors as a way to train to your full potential. It’s up to us to help keep Planet Earth as clean and healthy as possible, and these simple actions can help reduce our carbon footprint! Discover some ways to be eco-conscious while you exercise and celebrate Earth Day year-round! 

Invest In Some Eco-Friendly Activewear 

As the sports fashion world continues to evolve and adapt to current events and trends, brands are offering the perfect way to work out while looking good and feeling good about it, too. Add some eco-friendly activewear to your wardrobe and enjoy knowing that you helped save the planet while you sweat it out. On a fashion budget? Not sure where to start shopping? We’ve got you covered. Check out this list of ethical athletic brands to sport now! 

Use A Refillable Water Bottle

Using a refillable water bottle is an easy way to keep Mother Nature in mind while you rack up your mileage. There have also been health benefits linked to using a refillable water bottle. In addition to keeping plastic bottles out of already overflowing landfills, using an eco-friendly reusable water bottle is a simple way to show off your style personality. Shop a few of these unique and trending eco-friendly bottles that you can carry along on your next solo run or use to keep hydrated during a fitness class. 

Stay Fresh With Green Deodorant

If you’re going hard during every workout, there’s a strong chance that you need a deodorant that can stand up to the test of a high-impact training. It’s no secret that traditional deodorant contains chemical ingredients that can impact certain aspects of your health, and we’ve got the perfect solution for keeping things fresh and all-natural. Try this bestselling Greeench deodorant from cult favourite cosmetics brand Lush and enjoy sweat and odour-free protection while you exercise and go about your daily life. Instead of using a stick, this deodorant is in powder form and can be patted or dusted onto the body for herbal freshness assistance.

Try Plogging

While most people are spending their time at home, the environment has seen some significant reductions to greenhouse emissions, making a case for global conservation methods. Plogging is another way to continue to allow the natural environment to replenish and repair itself. So what is plogging anyway? The word is a combination of the Swedish phrase plocka upp, meaning “to pick up,” and English word jogging, and it's become a popular new way to incorporate eco-conscious elements into daily exercise. Bring along a pair of gloves and a trash bag on your next jog or long-distance run, or stroll through the neighbourhood and help keep your community clean. To get more ideas on how to plog in your area, check out the #plogging hashtag on Instagram for some inspiration. Don’t forget to bring your Aeropex wireless headphones along to keep you motivated to keep moving! 

Disinfect Your Equipment and Gear With a DIY Natural Cleaner

Keep your at-home exercise equipment clean and disinfected with the help of an all-natural cleaner. Unlike traditional cleaning products, this eco-friendly alternative is made with natural ingredients free of toxins and harsh chemicals. Have a few essential oils around the house? You’ve got almost all the makings of an easy all-natural cleaner! Follow these easy steps to make a DIY tea tree oil cleaner that’s perfect for keeping your yoga mat, dumbbells, and resistance bands squeaky clean and smelling fresh. Discover more ways to use essential oils from our blog! 

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