Do you have kids and barely have time to spend with you? Do you exercise less than twenty minutes a day? We have a solution!Today's blog SAGA sports tells you about some busy parent exercises that keep you in shape throughout the year.You just need to wear the right equipment, 20 minutes a day or some originality to make the most of your time, and have a lot of motivation.Let's go!
Being a parent is not necessarily synonymous with stopping exercising, it's just spending some time each day and making the most of it through a well-planned routine.Exercise is one of the healthiest habits, so you just need to make the most of your time and follow these tips.Your body will notice it, and most importantly, it will use it.
Walk as much as you can
If you have the opportunity to go to work on foot, do it.As we all know, it is very comfortable to pick up the car and plant us in just a few minutes after entering the door, but if you want to keep fit, the best you can do is to walk to work, go to the supermarket to pick up the small nursery or school and so on.Try walking for at least 20 minutes a day. It's a great way to burn calories and tone your joints.
Make the most of every situation
If you don't have time to focus on this sport, you can take advantage of all the opportunities available during the day to incorporate it into your daily life.For example, always use the stairs, if your work takes you away, you need to take the bus, get off at the first three stops, seize the chance to play ball, basketball, pilla capture and so on with the children.It's really tiring to spend an evening with them!
Short but intense exercise routine
If you can only exercise for 20 minutes, that's fine, but you should do intense exercise.For example, there are short worksheets that can strengthen certain areas of the body.One suggestion is to use these minutes each day for a different exercise routine so that you can exercise all parts of your body in a week: legs, hips, abdomen, arms, etc.On the other hand, crossfit is one of those fashion sports that allows you to do high intensity exercise and a lot of wear and tear in a short period of time.
Sports parents club?
Put on your gym clothes, stay in the park with other parents and suggest taking care of the kids while another person jogs during that time.You know the kid's got a good grip and you can take advantage of the game.
What do you think of these ideas?Are you going to put some into practice?Remember SAGA, you have all the sportswear you need for the whole year.We're waiting for you!