Fitness Programs For
Women Who Hate Exercise
If you want to be fitter but have trouble sticking to any exercise
program for more than a couple days, our fitness programs for women who
hate exercise are virtually guaranteed to help you out!
I'll tell you the secret right away: make your workout part of your
regular day, and don't try to do it all at once.
Starting out your day with some exercise is a great idea. 5 or 10
minutes of stretching, yoga or marching on the spot will get your
circulation moving, help you wake up and set you off with a positive
attitude into your day.
Put more walking into your fitness programs for women routine. If you
drive to work, park further from your office. If you take the bus or
subway, walk to the next stop before you get on, and pace up and down
the street while you wait at the stop. If you usually eat lunch at your
desk, take it to the park.
Carry your office shoes or keep them under your desk so that you can
walk in sneakers. When you walk, walk fast. Remember this is a workout.
Provided you have no health problems you should be aiming to increase
your heart rate and breathing while you walk, for a cardio boost.
Buy a pedometer and see how far you walk in the average day. Is it
different on a weekday than a weekend? What's the most walking that you
do? Adjust your routine so that you do this much every day.
This doesn't have to mean forcing yourself to walk twice around your
block on a rainy Saturday afternoon. Going to the mall will work just
as well, especially if you start with a fast circuit without stopping
to shop. You can go back later to buy.
Take The Stairs.
I probably don't need to tell you to take the stairs instead of the
elevator. Still, most people don't do it. Will it help if I tell you
that stairs are great for toning the butt and thighs?
Maybe your office is on the 25th floor and it would be lunchtime before
you arrived at your desk. OK, walk up the first 3 flights and take the
elevator from there.
You may ask - why not take the elevator to the 22nd and then walk? Two
reasons: first, when you arrive on the 3rd floor if you are feeling
good you can walk another flight. Second, if there's someone from your
company in the elevator with you, you won't get out on the 22nd floor.
It would look weird.
If you have stairs in your home, office or apartment block, use every
excuse to walk up them. Go see your colleague on the next floor instead
of calling. Don't pile things at the bottom of the stairs to take up
later - take them one at a time, now!
You can also use stairs as a form of home gym equipment. If you have
appropriate footwear, run up them or do stepping exercises on the
Contract Your Abs
Any time you are standing, contract your abs. Tighten, hold for 3
breaths, relax, repeat. You can do this any time you are waiting in
line for anything.
You can also contract the pelvic floor muscles regularly through the
day while sitting. This will tone you internally.
We burn more calories when standing than we do sitting, and the act of
standing up from a seated position works the thigh muscles and back. So
get up at every opportunity. For example, stand up when the phone rings
and take the call on your feet. If you're on a cellphone, walk around
while you talk.
Some of these options are going to take more time than doing it the
unhealthy way at first. However, after a week or two you will find you
have tons more energy. You will be more productive, which means you can
do more in less time. You will not need to flop on the couch or take
So don't be concerned about the time that it takes to incorporate some
of our fitness programs for women into your life. The added energy will
more than compensate.
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