Top 10 Fitness Tricks For Lazy People

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Get Up, Stand Up & The Standing Desk Trick

50 percent more calories are burned while standing than sitting. Getting out of the chair and pace around Rather than stay seated while on a long phone call or in a long meeting. Walk to visit friends instead of messaging them.

Taking an alternate longer route to get more movement during the work day is a better option. Stand-up desks give a permanent solution to get office persons off their butts and can burn calories while doing usual tasks. Standing desks improve postures, reduces back pain, creates a sense of engagement and increases the concentration.

The Parking Lot & Unloading Trick

Do not rush to work to get the best parking spot. Parking further away and enjoying extra strolling into your workplace each morning. While running errands, the same trick can be done. Going to a few different stores and strolling back to the car, Instead of driving from storefront to storefront will burn a few calories. Living in the apartment or a multi-story place with stairs helps burn calories.

Mall Walking

Taking a lunch break at a local shopping center will help burn more calories while browsing. Leave your wallet and debit cards in the car. Always consider walking to your lunch place rather than always driving.

Get a Sense of Humor

Individuals increase the number of calories burned in a day ranging from 10 to 40% just by laughing more. Watching funny movies and funny podcasts and going lunch with funny friends can help burn calories.

Do Something Fun at or After Work?

Play some games with your fellow workers such as beanbag toss after work or during lunch. Keeping portable games in the car or at your desk will make you burn some calories.

Make Your Own Ready Meals

Cooking healthy meals in large batches at the weekend avails plenty of healthy choices in your fridge.

Get a Pet To Improve Your Health

Pet owners improve physical and mental health including lowering blood pressure and lowering stress levels. Getting a pet dog provides you with a push to get out and get active.

Exercise While Watching TV

Squeezing a mini-workout during commercial breaks boosts fitness while watching TV. From skipping to sit-ups or downstairs and a quick run up, helps burn more calories. Fidgeting while seated burns up to 350 extra calories per day.

Improving Your Mental Health With a Crossword Puzzle

People can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by frequent participation in mentally stimulating activities. Reaching for a crossword, Sudoku puzzle or book helps the brain activities.

Hit The Dance Floor

Hitting the floor for a dance is gets you fit. The dances help burn calories and strengthen the body.

Get Lots Of Sleep

Sleeping boosts memory and reduces stress although getting less than 5 hours leads to increased risk of heart disease accidents and weight gain. Eight hours sleep is a simple way to boost health.

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