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How to Exercise when you’re Too Busy to Exercise

How to Exercise when you’re Too Busy to Exercise

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Life gets busy for all of us. Whether it’s due to family commitments, work, social gatherings or a nearly unlimited number of other things, there are always times when you simply run out of hours in the day to get things done. When this happens, many people skip exercising in order to focus on their other tasks.

However, that doesn’t have to happen. There are ways to stay active even when you’re swamped with work, family and life. Here are a few tips.

Walk Whenever Possible

Walking is a great way to keep active even when when you have a lot of other things to do. Park farther away when you drive somewhere and walk through the parking lot or around the block to get to where you’re going. If you take transit to and from work, get off a couple of stops earlier and walk the rest of the way. If you have errands to run, walk instead of driving whenever you can. These walks might not seem like much, but it’s better than staying seated all day.

As an added bonus, when you get inside, take the stairs instead of the elevator!

Consider Biking

If it’s possible, why not bike to work instead of driving? This will help you get your daily exercise and save you some gas money at the same time!

Exercise During Other Tasks

This is a great way to multitask. Why not have a meeting outside and go for a walk instead of staying seated the whole time? Want to catch up with a friend? Instead of sitting down for coffee, dinner or drinks, meet up for a walk or other active event instead. If you need to make some phone calls or read some documents, do these chores while you’re on the treadmill or while using an exercise bike. These are all great ways to stay active even when you’re busy.

Do Shorter Workouts

You don’t need to necessarily set aside a hour of time to do a workout. If you’re very busy, try to do shorter workouts when you have the time. Even a quick, 15-minute workout is better than remaining inactive all day. You can even do simple exercises such as push-ups, jumping jacks, ab crunches and many other exercises during breaks at work.

As you can see, the key is finding ways to add more physical activity to situations that you’re already participating in. Making a few small changes can certainly help you live a healthier lifestyle, even when you’re tight on time.

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