How to Workout Without Having to Exercise

Workout without having to exercise? We lead busy lives that leave us with little time to workout, and exercise does not always sit high on our list of priorities

Let’s face it, when we feel like we have to get up and go to the gym, cleaning the rain gutters or responding to our email sounds like a more productive way to spend our time. We lose vital moments of life to indecision and apathy. This isn’t helpful!

All we have to do is shift out of that mindset of having to workout and exercise and instead take a look at what it is we want to create. We can create an active, joyful life without feeling pressured to live up to some standard of health.

We must to have a new insight

It’s time to shake ourselves up and be open to new ways of doing and being, especially when it comes to our own embittered perspective. We must break free of limiting thought and ideals about who we can be and what we can enjoy.

If we think that aerobics or running or doing sit-ups every morning is the best way to workout or exercise, and the very idea of doing those things sounds detestable to us. 

Then we end up cheating ourselves even when we do manage to talk ourselves into going because it isn’t producing any real value for our soul. It doesn’t make us feel good. Why else would we want to do it?

Opening up to what makes us happy, not just what we assume is healthy, life becomes much more flowing, animated and fun. Go ahead, turn on your favorite music and dance when no one is looking.

Dance like it’s the last dance of your life. Go hiking to a place you’ve never been, start juggling if you want to. All of these things bring clarity, dexterity and some measure of health.

We often sell ourselves short and just assume that we can’t do something, but there is no rationale behind it. We can create anything that we choose to in our lives, whether or not we have previous experience with it. It’s all about choice.

Try to do other activities

Whatever activity that we can find passion in will be a work out, but more than just exercise comes from what we are passionate towards.

More energy, more desire, more strength and more clarity also result when we learn new skills, making us more fit and active, and open to even more possibilities for incorporating new, fun activities into our lives in the future.

We can and should take advantage of the things that we find joy in and learn new skills throughout our lives, keeping us full of energy and vitality at any age.

How to Workout Body Fat Easily

How to workout body fat is not complicated and there is no magic secret to it

So you have some extra weight on your stomach, you want to trim down and get a six pack. Or you may just want to be able to look down and see your toes.

So in a mad desire to firm up the abs and lose the belly fat what do most people do? Yep, they start working on ab exercises thinking that by targeting the trouble area they are going to burn away the pounds. Hello boring situp world.

How to workout body fat is not complicated and there is no magic secret to it. As long as you are doing enough physical activity to burn more calories than you eat you’re going to lose weight.

That’s the truth. But what most people miss in that statement is the fact that losing body fat is a body wide effort, meaning, it’s a systemic issue with a systemic solution. Doing situps will increase your ab strength but it will not directly burn fat off your stomach.

What will? A systemic approach. This means that to lose body fat you have to focus on two things: what you eat and how much you move around. Please let me clarify that I am not talking about counting calories.

By no means do I encourage this and I think it is a terrible way to live life. I feel badly for people who live by calorie counts. What does work is when you make changes to your diet that you can do for the rest of your life.

Cutting out processed foods, high fructose corn syrup, endless snacking, and sodas (especially the diet ones that actually have chemicals that cause you to retain fat) is the first place to start.

You replace those with fresh vegetable and fruits, whole grains, and other natural food sources. This change alone with have an enormous impact not just on your weight, but on your health for the rest of your life.

And I’m not saying you can never have another snack again. I’m saying you change your habits, where 90% of the time you eat healthy allowing yourself a guilty indulgence on occasion.

As for moving around, move around! Just find something that gets you outdoors, makes you sweat, and that is fun for you. You don’t need a gym or an expensive set of weights. Walk fast around the block a few times.

Plant a garden and pick the weeds yourself rather than spraying everything with harmful chemicals. Ride your bike to work. Take the stairs. You get the idea. It’s just about turning off the TV, getting off your butt, and getting some fresh air.

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