The Benefits of Daily Exercise - What You
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Exercise always conjures images of tedious and boring sets and reps. Even if the requirement for staying fit is just a meager thirty minutes a day, it can be difficult to adhere to a regular walking or jogging regimen, particularly when you are trying to catch deadlines or
running late for your child's soccer game.
However, short bursts of activity can count as exercise. When integrated into the performance of your everyday activities, little movements that leave you a bit breathless and slightly sweaty do count into your 30 minutes of daily exercise requirement. By making exercise a part of your routine, you are still able to keep the weight off and stay fit and healthy even without going to the gym or waking up early in the morning to do an early aerobics dance workout. How do you do this?
If you're trying to outrun everyone in your ascent up the corporate ladder but have placed your health in jeopardy with your largely sedentary lifestyle, try walking or cycling at least part of the way to the office. Use the stairs instead of the elevator. If your office is in the 10th floor, then get off the 7th floor and use the stairs the rest of the way. Should you need to talk to someone in another floor or another room in the same floor, use your legs to get there instead of relying solely on the telephone. In phone conversations, stand and do
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