Ah, summer. A time of vacations, barbecues and abundant sunshine. No wonder employees report being happiest during these months. And that happiness might be just the kick they need to jump into a new health and fitness regime come fall, says Benefits Pro. The publication covered Rally's End-of-Summer Checkup, which quizzed Americans about how summer affects their health routines, including changes in dietary and fitness routines, as well as end-of-summer mood shifts and their perspective on autumn. "Among the survey’s findings: 60 percent of respondents say they feel energized in the fall, and see it as a chance to resume healthy habits that may have gone begging during the summer and to refocus on health goals."
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