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We all feel it — the daily struggle to somehow add exercise into our already jam-packed day. Before you roll your eyes because you are thinking you’ve already tried and failed, take a look at these 15 ways to move more during the day that might be more fun than the typical gym routine.

  1. Listen to an audiobook or podcast while taking a walk
  2. Walk around a museum or art gallery
  3. Plant a vegetable garden and take time to weed and water each day
  4. Chop all your vegetables yourself instead of buying pre-chopped or frozen
  5. Stretch and exercise while watching your favorite tv shows
  6. Dance to your favorite songs
  7. Walk your dog
  8. Park further away from stores when running errands
  9. Wash your car by hand
  10. Clean your house
  11. Play video games like Wii fit or Dance Dance Revolution
  12. Walk to a co-worker instead of sending an email
  13. Take the stairs instead of elevators or escalators
  14. Play with your pets
  15. Stand up and walk around to take phone calls

The key is to find activities that you find enjoyable and aren’t WORK for you. Some people also find motivation in having a steps tracker. It just feels good to watch the count go up and eventually reach your goals. Find what keeps you motivated!

You can also find some simple exercise videos here to help reach your goals.

It’s not just about keeping moving, though. Diet plays a huge part in health and the recovery process as well. Finding new, healthy recipes can be just as challenging as getting into a new exercise routine. Try Slow Cooker Pork Tacos this week!

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