Your 9 best exercise excuses: Busted
Your Top Exercise Excuses, Busted
Excuse No. 2: 'Exercise Is Boring.'
Sure, walking on atreadmillevery morning for 30 to 60 minutes can be a bit of a snore. So can riding on a stationary bicycle at the gym. But exercise doesn’t have to be boring at all, Wilder says. The key is to find an exercise that you like — and with choices as varied as swimming, skiing, tennis, yoga, Zumba, and more, finding a fitness method that works for you should just be a matter of trial and error.
Another way to combat boredom is to change your exercise routine every six to eight weeks, says Gregory Florez, a certified personal trainer in Salt Lake City, owner of Fit Advisor health coaching services, and a spokesman for the American Council on Exercise. Constantly changing your routine will keep it challenging, and can also get you over a weight loss plateau if you experience a stall on the scale.
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