We all know that regular exercise and a healthy diet are the key ingredients for a successful student (or any adult!), but with classes, work and taking care of our families it’s often the last thing we do.
While the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends the average adult receive 150 minutes of exercise per week, or two and a half hours, sometimes that’s not realistic. Making time in your day for meeting the minimum recommendation is easier than you think and can start you on your way to a healthier you—but of course, working out for longer than the minimum won’t hurt, either!
As you look for ways to get more out of your day, consider working in these fun, simple, and fast tips for on-the-go fitness. It’s the little steps that count, literally.
1. Break your workouts into 10-minute blocks
2. Take the dog on a longer walk
3. Spend 5-10 minutes doing a few sets of your preferred reps in the morning or before bed
4. Sitting in a rolling chair, use your arms to pull yourself across a r...Read More