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Turn Spring Cleaning into Spring Training

7 Ways to Put the Lean in Clean


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  • that is my plan today
  • Need to get busy, spring begins tomorrow.
  • Wow was surprised to hear someone make a comment on ironing. We don't even own an iron any more. One plus (at least for me) is when I did iron some 25 years ago I was standing up, not sitting. That has merit of it's own. Not sure there is a calorie burn tho. As for the person who has leg and back pain (my problem as well) get ready to clean like you'd get ready to exercise. Do some simple stretches first - maybe after a hot shower to relax your muscles. For me, when I clean I just have to make a point of listening to my body - if my back does begin to hurt I have to stop.
  • Fruitcupuk How do you rate Ironing as I do this every day
    Look forward to burning off some calories tonight with some cleaning!
  • I like this article especially the tip for cleaning the shower. However the twisting I will skip because I'm afraid to hurt my back again. Not so easy to recover as I get older. As for the music great advice. When I was younger I would always clean to music as it made it easier for me to do chores I did not like. When I worked in child care I would turn on music when it was time to clean up and told the children by the end of the song we should be finished. I forgot how fun some of these ideas could be. I will have to give them a try. Should by a fitness tracker to really know how good the advice works.
    Mop and wax the old fashing way. A bucket of water and a good scrub brush.
  • JENNOR55
    Spring cleaning.....also means after two years you haven't used something/anything it needs to go. Downsize your space and waist.
    My biggest concern about this article is the twisting that was recommended when doing housework, like putting up dishes,etc. always protect your back and sudden twists can jerk your back quickly out of whack! Otherwise, right on!
  • In the "poll" for this article, why does SP create such leading responses? Instead of giving readers/ respondents several choices to answer "yes" or "no," SP pushes respondents to agree with "reasons" for our views on spring cleaning as working out which are not always the reason someone wants to, or can, honestly, answer "yes" or "no." Which means some of us will not answer either way!!! Frustrating, misleading, and unnecessary.
  • Between back pain and leg pain, cleaning is a huge accomplishment. How do we track it though?
  • A fun way to workout, but calories and feel good!
  • I prefer to get my cleaning done quickly so I can go for a walk/run/rollerblade.

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