The benefits of regular physical activity are undeniable. Something is better than nothing, and we all have to start somewhere. Even if you've been sedentary for years, today is the day you can begin to make healthy changes in your life. The American Heart Association has the tools and resources to get you on the right path to a healthier lifestyle.
|Getting Started - Tips for Long-term Exercise Success |
Getting regular physical activity takes commitment, but that doesn’t mean it has to be a chore. Try these tips for making exercise fun and part of your daily routine.
|Get Moving: Easy Tips to Get Active! |
Staying active is a lot easier than you think. These simple tips can help you find ways to increase the amount of physical activity you get throughout the day.
|From the Couch to the Pavement - A Plan to Get You Moving |
Almost 80% of Americans are not getting recommended amount of physical activity. We can help you make a plan to get moving.
|5 Steps to Loving Exercise ... Or At Least Not Hating It |
Maintaining an exercise routine is a lot easier when you enjoy doing it. Stay active by following these steps on how to love exercise.
|No time for exercise? Try our Top 10 Tips to get more! |
Finding the time to exercise may seem daunting, but splitting up your exercise throughout the day can make a big difference. Check out our top tips for finding time to exercise, even on your busiest days.
|Family Fitness |
Getting active with the family is a great way to spend time together and encourage healthy habits. Learn how to keep the whole family in shape.
|Target Heart Rates |
Knowing your target heart rate can help you get the most out of your workout. Learn your target heart rate is and get your heart pumping.
|Create Your Own Circuit Workout at Home |
When the weather outside is frightful you can create your own exercise circuits at home with absolutely no equipment needed. It can be a great way to stave off burnout and get a good workout.
|Work Out at Work |
Just because most of your day is spent at the office, it doesn’t mean you have to miss your workout. Working out at the office can be simple and help keep your activity goals on track.