It happens to the best of us: we mean to work out at least a few days a week, but our days get so busy that finding the time to exercise simply feels impossible. On days when there isn’t time for an elaborate exercise class or a full workout at the gym, it’s still possible to sneak in some decent calorie-burning though. Here are five ways to sneak workouts into even the busiest days.
David Garcia has 29 years of experience in training clients for body transformation, athletic competition, weddings, and more. He is known for his passionate and educational approach in training by utilizing his theory of Purposeful Training.
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If you’re one of those people who believes that weight training is bad for kids — or that it’s going to somehow stunt their growth — it’s time for some re-education. Strength training can be a valuable part of a teen’s exercise schedule. In fact, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends muscle-strengthening exercises three days a week, as part of of physical activity they’re supposed to perform every day.