In an effort to fight against the added pounds for the holidays, I have changed my morning routine to include sit-ups and a daily weigh in. Does anyone else have fitness built in to their daily grooming routine? If so, for how long and how has it helped you.
My wife and I started doing Zumba Fitness on the Xbox 360. We haven't gotten up to doing it daily yet, but we are doing it for 20 min 3-4 nights a week after the kids are in bed. I'm not noticing any difference yet, but my wife is definitely getting visible results (toning).
I prefer to do exercise naturally. I go for long walks in the morning and evenings. I play outdoor games with my kid every day and it keeps me fit and healthy. Finally, when I go for shopping, I walk instead of driving and just enjoy the natural beauty. When we breathe fresh air of nature, our whole body energizes and life is enjoyable and active.
I have fitness built in to my DAY.
I have an egg timer on my desk. When it goes off, I jump up and do some jumping, shadow boxing and kicking, toe touches, lunges and so on. Then I sit down and set it again.
I set it for 20-30 minutes depending on my mood.
I get up earlier each morning to spend 30 minutes with my Billy Blanks Tae Bo DVD. Gives me a much needed energy boost. Also I do random stuff throughout the day such as a set or two of tricep drips using my office chair or push ups. It's ok though I work from home so I don't get any funny looks.
by sumitparihar5 years ago
I love doing exercises.I practice yoga,meditaion and many more exercises. I like walking,rope skipping,cycling,dancing.I used to change my routine so that i might not get bored.what do u do?just want to share so that...
by kirstenblog5 years ago
So thats only a few hours by my math (however long I have been awake). Got me some really stale gum from last time! I didn't know if it was even likely to be rancid or what but its OK was just stale. I might have more...
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