7 Easy Ways To Boost Incidental Fitness
Finding time to get fit is hard! There’s always work and kids and family and pets and stress and sleep……when is there time to get fit? One of the best ways to manage health and life at the same time is through incidental exercise! What this means is incorporating physical activity into your life as you go about your day.
Here are a 7 easy ways to incorporate incidental exercise into your day:
#1 Get Fit Power Cleaning
Get your cleaning done super fast and burn calories at the same time with power cleaning! You have exactly 1 hour to clean the house and that means no breaks, no phone calls and no facebook checking.
#2 Bike Ride Visits
Visiting a friend? Or going to the post office? Ride your bike for all your nearby errands. Forget the car and cycle those calories away instead…..just imagine building those glutes of steal!
#3 Walk The Kids To School
Lunch check, school uniform check, homework check, breakfast check and then walk your kids to school! This is not only great for your waistline, its also good for your kids and for some family time.
#4 15 Minute Power Car Wash
Have your car washed in 15 minutes with the powder car wash! Get everything ready, the water, the hose and the sponge, and then run around your car getting it spik and span.
#5 Park Far Away
Don’t be lazy and park right next to the supermarket, park a few blocks away and walk to the shops. Plus if you carry your shopping bags back to the car you will be working your muscles as well!
#6 The Playground Workout
It’s time to play some serious calorie burning tag or hide and seek, with the kids at the playground. Create a game that involves you doing a lot of running around. Also use the surrounding equipment to exercise like the bench, the bar or the slide.
#7 Active TV Time
Spend TV time doing some exercises. Pull out the rug and do some stretches or sit ups while you watch your favourite shows. As a bonus, in every commercial you have to do 10 burpees! Have fun!
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