Types of Activities

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Aerobic Activity
is any activity that speeds up your heart and breathing while moving your body at a moderate or vigorous pace. (See below for examples.) If you have been inactive for a while, you may want to start with easier activities, such as walking at a gentle pace. This lets you build up to more intense activity without hurting your body.
Lifestyle Activities
are the day-to-day activities that you do. These activities can really add up and increase the number of calories you burn each day. They may also boost your energy and mood by getting your blood and muscles moving. Examples of lifestyle activities include:
Strengthening Activities
include lifting weights, using resistance bands, and doing push-ups or sit-ups.
Types of Activities
playing basketball or soccer
dancing (square dancing, salsa, African dance, swing)
aerobic exercise classes
brisk walking or jogging
should focus on working the major muscle groups of the body. Do exercises for each muscle group two or three times a week. Allow at least 1 day of rest for your muscles to recover and rebuild before another strengthening workout.
Playing with your children, nieces and nephews, and pets
Taking short breaks at work to get up, stretch, and walk
Parking farther from store entrances and walking the extra distance
Walking inside the bank rather than using the drive-through window
Gardening and doing household chores
Walking to your coworker’s office instead of using the phone or email
Taking the stairs instead of the elevator

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