Health & Nutrition - - FIT BIT -

If cold-weather ex­er­cise just isn’t for you, there are plenty of cre­ative and fun ways to ex­er­cise in­doors. Try: Mall walk­ing – Many malls open for walk­ing be­fore reg­u­lar store hours. Some have spe­cial mall-walker pro­grammes. Tak­ing a class – Whether it’s yoga, zumba or weight train­ing, tak­ing a class will help keep you on a sched­ule and may be a way to meet new peo­ple or try a new ac­tiv­ity. Join­ing a health club – Many health clubs of­fer classes and have per­sonal train­ers who can ex­plain the ex­er­cise equip­ment and help you tai­lor a work­out to your needs. Swim­ming – Pool work­outs pro­vide great ex­er­cise with min­i­mal im­pact to the joints. Many classes are taught in the shal­low end. Ex­er­cis­ing at home – With home-ex­er­cise equip­ment, there’s no ideal de­vice. Just make sure it’s an ac­tiv­ity you en­joy. If you don’t have ex­er­cise equip­ment, get cre­ative. Make a work­out out of clean­ing, or walk the stairs in your home.

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