The thought of exercising can sometimes bum you out. To change that perspective try thinking about new types of sport or physical activities that sound fun and try one out. You might find the activity is so cool, it perks up your perspective and you realize you can have fun while exercising. If you can't think of anything, here are a few ideas that are great ways to have fun and enjoy life. Oh yeah, by the way, it's exercising too.
Fun ways to Exercise:
Swimming- play a game in the pool that requires you to swim laps, dive deep to the bottom of the pool and provide consistent ways to move your body. Here are some game ideas: Marco Polo, Chicken, Tag, Colors, First one to find the penny, and many more.
Local sports leagues for adults- soccer, basketball, tennis, football, softball, etc.
Dancing- Take professional lessons where they also do performances.
JuJitsu- learn self defense and develop a great mind for technical skill while building real confidence.
Muay Thai/ Kick boxing- have fun hitting something and letting out your frustrations the right way.
Obstacle courses- Train to do a mud run or just learn how you can get through each course and develop the skills to accomplish the task.
Rock Climbing- Tackle your fears, climb to great heights.
Off road/Mountain Biking- Or just riding your bike around your city.
Jump on trampoline
The list can go on and on........
Explore this list and your own ideas, and I know you can find something that sounds fun and that you want to try out. Try it, you never know. You'll amaze yourself. You only live once and if exercising bums you out, then move you body by doing a fun activity you enjoy, consistently.
Finding a fun thing to do that increases your heart rate and requires you to move your body for an extended period of time and you can do it consistently, is a great way to become healthier and at the same time, increase your joy for life. Making life worth living!
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