5 Things That Prove Everyone Has Time To Exercise

5 Things That Prove Everyone Has Time To Exercise
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This blog of ours is our metaphorical mountaintop and one of the things we love to shout about at any chance we can is the importance of exercising. It should be as much a part of your daily life as eating, drinking breathing and watching House of Cards. It’s not just that we believe exercise is good because it will give you a better chance of living longer (although this is super important also), it is because exercise also helps you feel better about yourself, and look better, sexier, and it helps get rid of stress so effectively. These are the exact things that people with busy lives need in their life. But that is the issue.

Life has got busier. Working moms, people working two jobs, busy students with exams coming up; it’s all the norm now. But with days getting busier, something always gets squeezed out or pushed down the priority list and, more often than not, that something is exercise. People convince themselves they just don’t have time to exercise.

This is nonsense. You do have time. You just need to know where that time is, which is why we have come up with a list of tips and tricks to help you make exercise part of your daily routine like you deserve it to be.

5 Things That Prove Everyone Has Time To Exercise

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Don’t Sit When You Don’t Have To

We choose sitting as our default position and for no reason whatsoever; we just need to learn how to stop sitting. When we are at work we think we have to sit at our desk when standing desks have been proved to have great a great impact on our health and fitness. The same goes with watching your kids when they play sport; forget the bleachers, walk, pace, run and jog. It could be you pace the sideline or you could invite the other parents to walk around the pitch with you. Basically, stop thinking you have to sit all the time. Sitting is just time being wasted when you could have been doing exercise.

5 Things That Prove Everyone Has Time To Exercise

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Make Exercise A Family Activity

Make a point to have some outdoors fun with the rest of your family, or even some friends, a few times a week. Kick a ball around, toss a frisbee, play catch, have a game of tennis, shoot some hoops or have an epic water fight. Most of the time exercise is sooooo dull, but making a game out of it with your family. Or forget the game thing and just go on an adventure. Take a hike at the weekends or go on a bike ride. You are getting fit and making memories with your family. What is better than that.

Have A Corner-Gym

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We are wary of saying home gym because we know not everyone can afford the space or the cash for a home gym, which is where a corner-gym can come in handy. It does exactly what it says on the tin; you dedicate a corner to a single piece of gym equipment. The obvious one is an exercise bike because as this review will prove http://exercisebikesexpert.com/walmart-exercise-bike/ you can get great bikes for not a lot of money. If you do have a little more to splash out on your newly cleared corner then the other obvious choices are treadmill and rowing machine. Just be aware that you may need a slightly bigger corner too. Going down this route gives you tangible and immediate motivation. You can get up and do fifteen minutes in the morning, or perhaps you find yourself with a spare half hour and your machine in the corner reminds you that you haven’t exercised today. There is no hassle and that is important when finding the time to get fit.

5 Things That Prove Everyone Has Time To Exercise

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Start Loving Your Chores

In case you haven’t already noticed, this list is doing away with the idea that all exercise needs to be strenuous. It doesn’t. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing. Everything can aid your progress if you let it and that includes your chores. Gardening, raking the drive, washing your cars and helping out an elderly neighbor that lives on your street with theirs. All of these little things that you previously overlooked and placed into the column headed ‘mundanities of life’ can really add up and start to improve your overall health and fitness.

Abuse Technology that Is Available

There was once a time where we had to go out and buy exercise DVDs, but not anymore. The advancements in tech – both big and small – can help you set goals and meet them without interrupting too much with your busy days. If you can spare fifteen minutes a day, then go on YouTube and look for routines that match that criteria. If you want to start incorporating Yoga into your morning routine instead of coffee, have a look for some Yoga apps that meet your needs. Start using the Activity app on your iPhone more; see how many steps you have done and how much more you need to do to reach 10,000. This will motivate you to use your lunch break to better effect, as will a FitBit.

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