There are many exercises to stay young that you can implement into your daily routine and don't have to interfere with your usual routine. The reason: many always find excuses NOT to exercise, usually one being that they don't have the time. Well, certainly everyone can get 30 minutes of exercise into their day, even if it is broken up throughout the day.

For instance, while you are cooking you can do pushups up against the counter. Surely, 10 or 20 pushups can make their way into the recipe, in between stirring? Or, perhaps working your triceps by leaning on the counter top. Use the time your are having supper to work on the buttocks. Try squeezing and releasing them 9 times and then on the tenth hold for ten seconds, then repeat. You can also use this method with your legs or even the abdomen.

While watching TV, lie on the floor and do some situps or crunches. You get the best of both worlds this way--watch your favorite shows and benefit from the exercise. Also, even on the couch you can do leg lifts by lying on your side and lifting and lowering your leg slowly, then simply switch sides. To make it even more effective, strap on some weight.

You can even strap on the weights and walk around your house doing your chores. Maybe an extra set of strap on weights around your wrists while vacuuming or making the beds! You don't have to go out of your way to squeeze in some exercise that can tone your muscles and keep you looking younger and fit.

Walk. Walk. Walk. This will do wonders for your health. Park your car a little further at the mall, or go for a walk in the morning or in the evening. It will help with circulation, and a multitude of other benefits.

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