No Time for the Gym? Tips for Exercising Outside the Gym
Posted Jun 27 2010 4:41pm
You know the feeling – that once upon a time nice flat tummy has begun to bulge just a tad too much around the belt-line region.
The favourite jeans you love have become a little tight and suddenly you realize you’ve barely thought about exercising with all the extra work you’ve taken on at the office.
Those business lunches and late dinners are beginning to show. You’ve probably been far too busy with other stuff to keep up with the exercises you’d promised yourself to do each day and now the small of your back is starting to ache.
Frankly your abs are out of control and you feel like a sack of potatoes tied up in the middle!
Welcome to the club, but don’t feel badly about it. Lots of people go through this – the good news is that without being depressed about it, they and you can get back into shape again, without having to go frantically into an exercise frenzy working out twenty-four hours a day for the next few weeks. In reality you don’t have to spend hours on end at the gym or exercising to keep in good shape.
Once you’ve got your exercise sessions under control again, all you really need is ten minutes a day along with nutritious and healthy eating habits to keep the ever lurking abs flab at bay.
As it’s not always easy in an everyday busy work schedule to fit in a full exercise session at the gym, where you perhaps just have 30 minutes, which would hardly give you time enough to warm up and cool off, which means you risk pulling ligaments, spraining and all kinds of nasty stuff that could lay you up for weeks on end.
No point in making exercising more difficult than it really is, so here are a few ways that virtually anyone can use to supplement workout sessions:
In almost every thing we do on a daily basis from washing the car to buying the weekend shopping, from dusting to working at your computer – there are quick and easy ways to exercise.