You can skip rope or bike a indoor bike trainer and attach your bike to it.
there's exercise videos u can use. libraries have them 4 loan
I would suggest jump roping, or dancing...just turn your fav song on and have fun!!
Recumbent bike you can burn 600 calories an hour and catch up on your daily tv shows, that's what i call multi tasking!
Do you have a gym membership? If so, you can do the following:
1. run/walk on treadmill
3. ride bike trainer
4. take a class, like yoga or body pump
If no gym membership:
1. order p90x - it's the only workout program you need
2. ride a bike trainer (I have one that attaches to my road bike)
3. run on a treadmill
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