If you're a gamer, you already have the gear to pump your heart in your living room. Almost every popular video game platform has a fitness-based game that uses motion technology.
Fun, outdoor, and challenging activities are the greatest. “Create your own neighborhood obstacle course,” suggests DeAnn Teixeira.
Dempsey Marks, an AFAA-certified personal trainer, yoga instructor, and founder of the PreGame Fit fitness program, recommends hitting the batting cage.
Janine Delaney, PhD, the social media Jump Rope Queen and former dancer, thinks adults can do it too. Delaney proves jumping rope's full-body appeal.
If you have tiny kids, you can run about or perform the crab walk all day. Join their fun to be the cool parent or beloved aunt or uncle.
Playing a sport you enjoy makes you forget about the workout. Nearly every city or community has a recreational sports league with a host of teams you can join for a small fee.
Mermaiding is a full-body workout like swimming, but it adds a fun and magical element of feeling like a mermaid while doing it.
Walking, which you've been doing since you were a year old, is the best kind of exercise since you don't need any equipment, a gym, training clothing, or a top athlete.
Kobryniec recommends running or walking a 5k in different cities. “This gives you a chance to train at home for the race, plus run, jog, or walk through a city you’ve never seen.