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Workouts That Won't Cost You Anything

Workouts That Won’t Cost You Anything


Many people are under the misconception that they can’t workout because they don’t have money for a treadmill in their home or they can’t pay the monthly fee for a gym membership. However, there are plenty of ways to exercise without spending a dime. Assuming you have workout clothes that work fine, which can just be some comfortable pants, a t-shirt, and athletic shoes, the following workouts won’t cost you anything.



Walking or Running

The basic type of workout you can do without spending any money is to go walking, jogging, or running. All you need is for the weather to be decent enough to head outdoors and burn some calories. Walking is good for most people, whether you are in shape, overweight, a senior with disabilities, or simply want to walk your dog. It is also something you can do with your kids, as a family, or with friends. Walking and running is also easy to fit into your schedule, whether you do it after dinner with your family or walk during your lunch break at work.


Swimming

Swimming is another great workout that shouldn’t require spending money. While you could spend money at a local gym or health center that has a swimming pool, that isn’t required. You also don’t need your own built-in pool in your backyard to swim. If it currently warm out, you could go swimming at the local beach, lake, or river. There are also some community pools that will be open to the public for free during the warm months of the year.


Dancing

The great thing about dancing for exercise is that you can do it anywhere and it turns into a fun family activity. If you are going out with your girlfriends, head somewhere that has a dance floor. You are enjoying quality time with your friends and getting in a good workout as well. However, you can also spend no money and dance at home. Turn on some music and dance while cooking, early in the morning before heading to work, or when your kids are home for the day. This can also be fun when it is raining or snowing out and your kids are looking for some fun.


Trampoline

If you have a trampoline in your backyard, it isn’t just for kids. Go out there and start jumping for 30-45 minutes, and you will be amazed by the excellent workout you can get from it. This is yet another way to turn into a family activity.


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I'm Jules.  I am a mom, wife, friend, sister, daughter, crusader for health, dog lover, and business person. I have learned to slow down, enjoy life, practice wellness, and strive to have clean counters in my kitchen.  I start every morning with a cup of clean coffee, have a solid morning routine, tend to be a type-A personality but strive for balance, work to be the best version of myself, and occasionally sneak a sweet treat! I have lived with and overcome multiple health challenges and want to empower you to feel better too by developing a lifestyle with healthy habits, increased awareness of self care, and mindfulness!  I have a B.S. in Food Science & Human Nutrition from the University of Florida. I am a NBC-HWC Board Certified Health Coach, only 4% of health coaches in the USA carry this credential.

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