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Exercise In Frequent Short Intervals

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I always felt I had to go to a gym and exercise continuously for an hour to get results, and usually ended up doing nothing. Now I exercise in shorter frequent intervals, and find I do more.

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When walking down the hall I will stop and do some standing wall push-ups, or do some leg lifts while holding onto the back of the sofa while stopping to watch something on tv. It's endless what you can do. Be creative and JUST MOVE IT!! emoticon

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  • Sounds like some good ideas. Although I hate finger prints on my walls. But will have to check these out. Thanks - by CHEROKEE1946
  • Agree, thanks for sharing. - by LEANMEAN2
  • This is a great idea, and easy to incorporate into your daily routine. Thank you for sharing. - by AUNTYMOLLY
  • BANNERMAN
    Thanks for sharing - by BANNERMAN
  • SAMMIE20131
    Great Idea, Thank You :-) - by SAMMIE20131
  • I dread thinking about an hour at a time...this sounds fab..... - by BLONDIE218145
  • great ideas. emoticon - by GETINSHAPE110
  • Great ideas - by 7WORSHIPS
  • Great idea. I think I will give that a try when I am home. Like 5 min out of a hour
    Thanks for the tip - by CHARTHESTAR
  • I agree too! And as long as you are doing something you enjoy, you are more likely to keep it up. - by KKLENNERT809
  • Great idea. - by CLIMBERS_ROCK
  • Will try it because I have a long hallway. Not bad. Just a little more add to my day. Since I walk that hall I don't know how many times a day. - by DELLMEL
  • Yep! these do that the monotony out of longer work outs - by CECELW
  • Sounds like a great way to get in a quick exercise. - by BAPSANN
  • LCRUMLEY81
    should try - by LCRUMLEY81
  • Kinda did that myself yesterday, since I had the day off, altho' DEFINITELY not the norm. Walked to/from library for volunteer 'job,' 30 min. Then did Day 1 of C25K program, 30 min & ST 15 min. Then in evening walked 60 min with a couple friends. And all this was squeezed in while cleaning for company. MUCH better than doing cleaning all at once! emoticon - by GINGERVISTA
  • Great idea .... Thanks!

    emoticon - by TRISTAROSE
  • SHANNONY84
    Great tip! Thank you! - by SHANNONY84
  • Good tip! - by MANDAMYMANDA
  • emoticon emoticon - by HUCK132
  • So true!! Thank you for your blog! - by MSFROGGIE
  • This is really a good idea. Being a senior is it will keep me from getting to tired and I'll get the same results. Thanks very much.

    emoticon - by BUD_44
  • I agree it helps me to do it this way as I am able really to do more than if I try to do it all at once. - by BELLE!
  • I like the idea of shorter, more frequent workouts. - by KMIRANDA2000
  • CAROLYN1ALASKA
    I agree, as it's worked for me too. - by CAROLYN1ALASKA

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