DVR Exercise shows from tv, or your cable company might provide on demand exercise shows. Swap DVDs that you have grown tired of with friends, for fresh new workouts. Check out your library, for videos to check out, for a couple of weeks. If you really love it you can go out an buy it. Many orginaztions such as hospitals, or community centers etc, offer low cost or free fitness classes. Don't forget GoodWill or St Vinnies for Videos and workout equipment. One mans trash is another mans treasure.
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Circuit Training Change-Up - Keeping it interesting
I do circuit training type exercises a the gym, where I push myself for an allotted time or amount of reps, then quickly move on to the next, I rest at the end of the circuit & go again. I find different exercises in magazines, online, through other people at the gym & of course from Spark People. It keeps it fun & interesting & I'm in the best shape of my life 30
My favorite magazine to get exercise ideas out of is Woman's Health
To save money while adding variety to your exercise program:
1. Borrow exercise videos from the library. 2. Trade videos with friends. 3. Check out flea markets for cheap videos. 4. Walk...........it's free. 5. Buy used videos. 6. Check out gyms in your area. Many offer free trial memberships.
Get up and go to the bathroom first. Then evaluate how you feel - if you're still dead tired, you probably need the sleep - go back to bed. But once you're up, you're more likely to feel like you might as well STAY up, and then you can get in that morning work out!
Just an idea to help you avoid the "I'm too tired" excuse for exercise!
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