Fun Exercises?
 

Fun Exercises?  


weenie
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I hate to exercise but I want to stay active so I don't end up with health issues as I get older. 

I get bored easy so I have a hard time sticking to any one exercise. Are there any out there that people know of that are actually fun to do? Easy to stick to? I need some suggestions! 

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PhoTastic
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If you have a trampoline or access to one, that is a fun way to exercise. They make smaller indoor ones for exercise as well. Another option is swimming. Just moving around in the water will tone muscles and burn calories. 

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Swimming is probably the most fun to me but you can't do that year-round in some places. Do you have a dog? Just going for walks with a dog can be enjoyable. I like to take my dog to the local park and take pictures on my phone along the way. 

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You don't have to just find an exercise. Just be more active throughout the day. Find something you enjoy that makes your body move more. A friend of mine recently got into woodworking and he has lost some weight from it. 

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I like the above approach ^

I can't stick to anything either so I do my best to just stay active most days. I find this easier in the summer though as I have more options to keep me active. Since it is a bit cold outside, I don't really want to spend time out there.

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You can try "Dance class". Most dance classes take one-off or term-based sign-ups, so you can try one style for a few months, and then switch it up.

It’s recommended that adults do 150-300 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity a week. Starting with just 30 minutes a day will put you right in the middle of that range.

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