So I’m going to be honest: I’m not the most athletic person (I run like Phoebe from Friends). I will find any excuse to not workout. But in the past year I’ve learned to loathe it a bit less. Baby steps!
Here are a few tips to save on your fitness.
1. Get a pedometer and set a goal!
I got a Fitbit for Mother’s Day last year and I love it. Yes, it was around $50, but I now know how active I am and I’ve set goals. A simple pedometer can be found anywhere and it can cost as little as $5. I try to get 10,000 steps a day.
2. Checkout Fitness DVDs from your library
I love the library, that’s no secret. I started checking out fitness DVDs a few years ago and it’s such a great way to keep at-home workouts fun. Plus, you don’t have to invest a lot of money in a DVD you might not like. I have ended up buying a few of my favorites. Also check out Netflix and Amazon Instant has a ton! Here’s a few I love:
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