How to transform your inactive lifestyle into an active one?
You can increase your movement vocabulary by becoming physically more aware. Find out more on my hubs.
Like any change or achievement you want to obtain, start with a long-term goal (run a 5k) and set shorter-term goals to get there (walk 20 minutes a day).
I recommending walking/jogging/running. It is easy to begin, there is nothing to buy, and progress can be easily tracked. Start with whatever your body can handle, no matter how small (walking 5 minutes). Do it daily. Once that become comfortable, increase the time your are exercising by 5 minutes. Continue this pattern until you've reached your goal! The added benefit, is that by doing this you've created a habit of exercising.
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