Fun Workouts for People Who Hate Exercise

Sports

If you don’t like to exercise but enjoy competition, playing a recreational sport like basketball, soccer or tennis can provide you with a fun workout.

Dance

Dance can build your core strength, increase flexibility, improve your cardiovascular health and improve your range of motion.

Active Video Games

These games use motion-sensor technology to involve the player in the game — forcing you to move and be active to interact with the game.

Hiking

Hiking can reduce your cholesterol and provide similar cardiovascular benefits to walking indoors.  Furthermore, the outdoor environment may increase your mental well-being.

Source: The Arizona Republic; Fun Workouts for People Who Hate Exercise

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