Dancing doesn’t seem sustainable for my routine, yet I don’t necessarily have the time to build up to a 30 min run in the next few months either. What are some other ideas for the exercise portion? I’ve started squats in the meantime, but what else could I do, when I consider building the routine?

Chloe U.
I would recommend the lake by Natasha Preston because it is an amazing book that shows you should never let someone else get hurt in an accident that was your fault. It can be stressful at times but it finished everything at the end and gave you room to finish the story on your own

Jackie T.
For me I just stretch and do some yoga, doesn’t take a lot of time. Still makes you feel good and is working while your still feeling relaxed:) If you don’t know how look up on youtube the amount of minuets you would like to exercise and then yoga for example, “30 min yoga”.

Maria Y.
There is actually a great 7 min workout that Fabulous provides for you which is a great start. Right now I am currently using a home workout app because I am focusing on certain workouts. I really think you could just do small little movements like jumping jacks, high knees, push ups, and crunches. I hope this helped!

Victoria W.
Other quick exercising options could be yoga, pilates or a short song of zumba. These workouts can take 5 to 15 minutes and they help me a lot because I don’t like to workout. Hope this helps you too! Good luck!

Maureen S.
Start off with doing g 50 Squats, 50 push ups, 50 situps and a plank to start of your day. It only takes May 15-20 minutes depending on how you do. But this will help you get back into the groove of working out. Even a little 5 minute jog outside is something, better than nothing.

Gast O P.
Plank, push ups, squats after drinking water is a good start of the day. Then some meditation, nothing ethereal, just close eyes and feel every part of your body. Then shower, and the day can start