Busy lives makes it difficult to find time for exercise, and when you get tired you don't necessarily want to put your body through a lot of physical effort. If you find yourself struggling to stay active, add a little exercise to your bathroom routine.
This may seem weird, but you can create a good habit by adding a task to something you already do. In the video above, Justin Klosky mentions a tip for working at home that he uses all the time: get a little exercise in during bathroom breaks. He installed a pull-up bar in the bathroom doorway to get a set in beforehand, but you can apply that same idea at the office. Take pushups, situps, squats or any of the many exercises you can do without a gym and get a set in before/and or after you pee. Yes, it's a little weird to pair exercise with urinating but you get over that quickly when you realise you're getting in somewhat better shape without devoting a lot of time.
No quick exercise, performed often, will break much of a sweat and replace a dedicated workout. That said, a little exercise around the edges can help battle the poor side effects of an otherwise sedentary life.
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