Mix up your fitness regime in different ways to get the most out of your workout
With spring fast approaching, now is the perfect time to give your fitness a bit of a boost.
Whether you are a marathon runner or a newcomer to the fitness world, there is bound to be something you can do to inject a bit of excitement into your exercise regime.
If you find it hard to motivate yourself, you can always get someone to do it for you. Boot camp classes have exploded in popularity over the past few years, and for good reason.
With a trainer keeping you on the straight and narrow, you can get the maximum benefit from your workout.
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Join in at the gym, or if you are really brave, try an outdoor class.
If that sounds too intimidating, there are still ways to get inspired. Download a training app for your smart phone and you will have an instant, portable personal trainer.
You can use your phone to track your activity, monitor your heart rate, or count your steps. Some apps even give you a word of encouragement if they sense you slowing down.
Running is the ultimate free workout – just lace up your trainers and step out of the door.
Once you catch the running bug, you will never look back. Ease yourself in by building up distance slowly, or join a local club for friendly and knowledgeable support.
Dancing burns up your calories in quick-step time and whether ballet or ballroom, salsa or Zumba, there is sure to be a dance class you will enjoy.
In fact, you will be so busy having fun and making friends that you won't even notice you are exercising.
Cycling is big news these days since Team GB's success at the London Olympics inspired many to jump on their bikes.
Plus, in just a few months, the world's best cyclists will descend on Yorkshire for the start of the Tour de France.
Why not get in on the action now by cycling to work or signing up at a spinning class at the gym?