Taking the stairs instead of the elevator increases your heart rate, helps with balance, and improves lower-extremity strength.
If you work from home or have transitioned to virtual conference calls, schedule a walk during one call per day.
I do this a lot, and I get funny looks sometimes, but hey — I’m a busy woman, and my time is precious!
Swap out your office chair for a stability ball. This can help with back pain and help improve posture, and while sitting on the ball.
While we need to be safe and alert to our surroundings, if you’re in a safe and well-lit area, consider parking further from the entrance of wherever you’re going.
Yup, you’re welcome. Some older research states that sex burns calories at a rate of about 3.1 calories per minute for women and about 4.2 calories for men.
Our local shelter and other adoption agencies are always looking for volunteers to help. Take the family to the shelter and volunteer to take a few dogs for a walk.
Clear the furniture from the room and put on some tunes. You can do this while cooking dinner, folding laundry, or vacuuming.
During your next family game night, swap out cards or board games for active games.
I know this goes beyond all tenets of “binge and chill,” but hear me out. Walk on the treadmill, use a stationary bike