Workin’ on my Fitness (At Home)

December 06, 2017

 

 

Not everyone always has time to go to the gym. Maybe you’re new to working out and are self-conscious about starting in a gym or class environment. That doesn’t mean you can’t begin working out.

The fact is, exercise doesn’t just happen at the gym. It can happen in your everyday life just by making a few adjustments to the routines you already perform and by setting aside a little time to take care of yourself and your health.

 

You’ll want to start by determining what your goals in exercising are. Is it to lose weight? To get healthier? To build muscle? These goals are important for understanding how you should workout. Depending on your aspirations, you may need to purchase home equipment or certain items to assist you.

 

Then start making small changes to your everyday life. Take the stairs at work. Take a walk around your neighborhood. Find beginning yoga videos on YouTube to help you get started moving. The American Heart Association recommends you exercise at least 30 minutes a day, and no matter what way you move, just make sure you take that time to get active and be healthy.


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