Adding exercises to your daily routine that fit your lifestyle makes it easier to develop a workout plan that works for you, even if you don’t like exercising. Simple activities, such as a brisk walk around the block or exercises at your desk during a break in your work, can set you up for building a regular exercise plan.
Check with your doctor before exercising if you haven’t been active. Vary in Your Plan Make your exercise routine creative. Your plan may include walking, riding a bike, swimming or rowing. Even dancing or taking hikes with family or friends is considered exercise.
Various activities help you to keep your motivation and avoid boredom. Gradually Increase Activities Getting overly tired may contribute to the failure of your exercise program. Avoid strenuous exercises and focus on slow, steady physical activity at first. Speed up your activity gradually. Work your way up to 30 to 60 minutes of exercise on most days of the week, Fit it into Your Regular Schedule Devise an exercise plan that fits into your regular schedule. Plan your physical activities at times when you are the most energetic.
Including exercises you can do indoors and outdoors will help keep your exercise routine going in case of rain or other weather conditions. If you don’t feel energetic, try exercising for just 10 minutes.
Make it Fit
You This is your exercise plan, so do what works best for you. You may like to work out alone or you may decide to join an exercise class. Don’t get discouraged. You will have days when your energy levels are low and some days will seem easier than others. Main point is to just get started and find something you can enjoy and stay with.
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