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Start a New Fitness Routine This Fall

By Brandi Goodman 

The fall season tends to start the decline of physical activity for many people. You're back to work or school full time. Your fall shows have started up. The only saving grace is the autumn activities that are often held, such as pumpkin picking and haunted houses. Although, many people only attend one or two of these events. You should start a new fitness routine this fall so you can continue to get the exercise you need and maintain your well-being.

Attend an Event Every Weekend

Once a week, make it a goal to attend some sort of autumn event. All the walking and enjoying activities can burn some calories and give you the movement you need. It will help to maintain your lower body strength. Enjoy a walk through a corn maze one weekend, a trip to a pumpkin field next, and a haunted house the next. You'll fill your fall with fun and exercise.

Work Out When You Wake

Scheduling time for fitness can be difficult once life is back in full swing. It may take some getting used to, but waking up a bit earlier and working out right then can help boost your energy for the day. Try to get in 30 minutes if you can, but anything can count your exercise time, even if you just take 10 minutes here and there throughout your day.

Work Out While You Watch

If you don't want to wake up early to get your exercise in, try doing it while you're watching TV. Many people follow certain fall shows or sports. Work out while you're watching so you can get in the physical activity you need. Don't just sit on the couch and let your lower body weaken. Stand up and do some jumping jacks. Pull out the treadmill or exercise bike. You can even just step in place. Movement while you watch will help you avoid the pitfalls of a too sedentary lifestyle.

Physical activity is a necessary part of a healthy lifestyle. Don't let the colder air of fall deter you from your exercise plan. Even if you aren't able to get outside as often with rain and poor weather, there's plenty of workout plans you can follow in your own home. With gyms, fitness centers, indoor pools, and other resources also available, everyone can find an exercise routine that works for them.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Cottonwood Heights, Utah.

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