Establish an Exercise Routine
an exercise routine isn't as difficult as you think. You don't have to over-work
yourself to exhaustion. You only need to increase your physical activity to a
level where you're comfortable at. Look at your daily routine. With almost every
action you do or place you go to, you can incorporate some extra physical
activity. Here are several common ones.
Take the stairs everywhere you go, instead of the elevator.
When you take the stairs, take them slowly so your legs get more of a workout.
Park at the end of the parking lot instead of fighting for
the best parking spot in the lot, whether at work, school, the mall or the
market. Doing this will literally result in you walking 3-5 more miles per year
When carrying around bags at the store, lift them and do arm
curls. Lift the bags in a way so that your biceps and triceps get a workout.
Then when you stand in line, stand on your tip toes to work
out the calf muscle.
If you're standing as you cook, bend your knees slightly to
work out your thigh muscles.
When lying down on your stomach reading a good book, bend
your knees back and forth to work the area behind your thigh.
If you lie down with a pillow between your legs, squeeze the
pillow to strengthen your inner thigh area.
To strengthen the pectoral area, do push ups against a
cabinet that is waist-high. These are easier to do than regular push ups plus
you don't have to get on the ground.
When you need to pick something up off the floor, bend your
knees and pick it up that way.
If you have a dog, walk the dog while the sun is out. That
way you'll work up a sweat and burn even more calories.
As you lie down to watch TV, do some mini-crunches, there's
no need to count how many you do. Don't stop when your stomach begins to hurt.
To work your lower abs, keep your legs straight and lift your legs upwards.
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