Healthy Daily Routines Do Wonders

Healthy Daily Routines Do Wonders

Say ‘yes’ to healthy everyday life and soon you’ll reap fruits of overflowing energy, raised self-esteem and feeling better in general. Walk, cycle, garden, walk your dog, play with your child, lift weights, do chores… whatever makes you happy and enjoy the beautiful sensations of being active.

playing volleyball
Ball sports are an enjoyable type of cardio and stamina-building form of physical activity you can do with your friends.

Exercise includes a range of training options, the most popular being walking, running, biking, swimming, and aerobics on the cardio side; and stretching, resistance exercises, Pilates, and yoga on the strength and flexibility side.

There are also numerous other exercise options such as racquet sports activities, ball games, martial arts, water sports, or anything else that involves physical activity.

You should seek the activities that not only you get pleasure from the most, but that also seem most likely to bring you the fitness results you want—whether that’s a flatter tummy, slimmer arms, or more energy and stamina.

Replace unhealthy daily routines with more healthy ones

It’s also vital to include physical activity into your everyday routine as much as you can by following some easy steps, such as:

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Healthy choice: Use stairs instead of an elevator.

• walking or biking, rather than driving

• taking the stairs instead of the elevator

• being aware of posture and alignment when doing everyday tasks such as cleaning, gardening, or even when just sitting on your office chair.

The more aware you stay of your wish for health and fitness, the more healthy decisions you’ll automatically make—in terms of each exercise and nutrition.

Soon, taking the healthy option will become automatic. As you begin to see positive results, you’ll also be motivated to continue with your new way of life.

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Written by Jenny Nickelson

Jenny Nickelson has been a sports enthusiast since childhood. Because of her deep love to water, she started training swimming in early years. Today she swears on variety and does it all: from swimming, running and cycling to fitness, skiing, dancing and mountaineering.


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