I bought a BOSU at Costco. I leave it in our family room and if we find we are sitting too long watching TV in the evening I get up during commercials and do some exercises on the BOSU to work the core muscles.
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Break your two minutes of brushing time into 30 second segments. Do a wall sit during the first 30, rest during the second 30, wall-sit during the 3rd segment, and rest during the last. It makes sure you brush your teeth long enough, too!
Fits in a little thigh, quad, glute and core work while you are doing a necessary task that is easy to double-task with (ie, brushing your teeth)
When you are doing core workouts or any cardio, it is better if you do not arch your back. It does feel good to do so, but it is not recommended. Keeping the back straight imagining that it is stiff helps in both cardio and core work.
I am a music teacher, and have students coming and going from my class every 30 minutes. While waiting for my next student to arrive, I do a set of core exercises, which takes +- 2 minutes. In a 6 hour teaching day, I manage to do at least 20 minutes of core work. Each second counts 41
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