6 Ways to Stay Active at Home: Walking, Exercise Videos, Cleaning Hacks & More
We're all trying to squeeze some extra activity into our suddenly sedentary, stay-at-home lives. Need some ideas and motivation? We've got tips… Every bit counts!
Take Up HousewalkingJUST WALK. Are you on your phone? Do it while walking. Are you watching TV? Do it while walking. Take a lap around the living room, hit the stairs, or just walk in place. (A Fitbit or other activity tracker is a great way to keep yourself accountable.)
Workout on the Webbonus free content, Fitness Blender features plenty of freebies, and Daily Burn offers a 30-day free trial. Or just go to YouTube: Find a trainer you love, and subscribe so you’ll be notified each time they post a new video. And if your little ones are looking to get in on the fun, check out Cosmic Kids Yoga!
Clean & Organize Your Home
Rearrange & Redecorate
Stand While You Workcheck out this compact standing desk: It’s under $100! If there's a task you can attend to on your smartphone, like responding to simple emails, that's a work 'n stand no-brainer.
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