5 Ways to Get Healthy No Matter How Busy You Are

There are plenty of excuses circulating around as to why we don't have enough time to eat well and exercise enough. From being way too busy at work to not having the proper food options around, we try to tell ourselves and people around us that we simply don't have a choice. We opt for vending machines, fast food options and give up on whatever workout routine we once had, because work trumps all, and exhaustion has taken its toll on any sort of activity, whether it be in the kitchen or at the gym after work. healthy It's time to change the way you look at your lunch hour. Pack yourself fuel by incorporating energy-filled, healthy foods and combine that with a brief but effective lunchtime exercise regimen. Here's how you can get started. Lunch options: Assemble your lunch the evening before.
  • Whole wheat tortillas: Fill them up with hummus and avocado.
  • Rice paper: Use these as an alternative to tortillas. Fill them with vegetables.
  • Whole wheat bread (try Ezekiel bread): Spread with almond butter.
  • Low-sugar Greek yogurt with fruit
  • Veggies dipped in hummus
  • An apple with low-sodium string cheese
Workout options: Get your heart rate up and strength training in in just 30 minutes.
    • Walk/jog around perimeter of building for 10 minutes
    • 30 seconds of squats
    • 30 seconds of push-ups (on knees if needed)
    • 30 seconds reverse lunge on left leg
    • 30 seconds reverse lunge on right leg
    • 30 seconds triceps dips on a chair/curb/bench/picnic table
    • 1 minute plank on hands
    • 30 seconds side plank on right elbow
    • 30 seconds side plank on left elbow
    • Rest briefly and repeat two more times without initial jog, hydrating throughout
    • 5-minute cool down, slow jog around the building
    • Walk/jog for 10 minutes
    • 1 minute of jumping jacks
    • 30 seconds of squat and jumps
    • 1 minute of sit-ups
    • 30 seconds of jumping lunges
    • 1 minute plank on hands
    • 30 seconds of high knees
    • 1 minute of mountain climbers
    • 30 seconds of push-ups (on knees if needed)
    • Repeat once without initial warm-up
    • 5-minute cool-down, slow jog around building
What do you think of these food and exercise tips to incorporate for a healthier you? Source: Mind Body Green Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_109019" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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