Stay Fit with Woodworking

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Did you know that woodworking, which involves a lot of sawing and carrying, can improve your mental and physical health? As a matter of fact, woodworking is similar to hitting the gym! These are the benefits of woodworking which can help you stay fit: BETTER MENTAL HEALTH Woodworking improves the mind It can keep your mind sharp by making you concentrate. Because if you don’t, you might face injury! Woodworking allows the person to focus, just like when you’re trying to finish a routine in the gym. Amazing, isn’t? Woodworking makes you creative This activity isn’t just for those who | Continue reading...

How to Exercise While Doing Household Chores

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If you want to take it easy… Dusting is the most straightforward task at home. But if you take it to the next level, say, dusting some whatnots that need moving and high shelves, you can burn 50 calories in 30 minutes. The job also allows you to stretch your arms and legs as you reach for every nook and cranny. Who knew dusting could be a form of exercise? Another way to burn calories the “easy way” is by ironing clothes. This is like doing weights in a gym. Though it only works out your upper body, ironing can burn 71 calories in 30 minutes. When you press down to straighten the | Continue reading...

5 Exercises That Fit into Your Busy Schedule

Citing lack of time for exercise is not necessarily an excuse given by people who do not want to do it. Most of the time, busy schedules do get in the way of people’s intentions to stick to a workout plan. While others seem to be quite adept at work-life balance, many are still struggling at achieving it. Sticking to an exercise routine may be a challenge. But thankfully, it is doable with some fairly simple steps. Regardless of how busy life may get, here are some of the things you can do to stay active every day. Walking. The great thing about walking is that you can easily fit it in | Continue reading...