By By Lynne Bailey and Hester B. Golden
There are many ways to get and stay fit. Here's a few:
* YMCA, adult or community education classes such
as step aerobics, aquatics, low-impact aerobics, weight
training, jazz and other forms of non-professional dance,
tai chi, yoga (some teachers combine fun, jazzy dance
routines with yoga), horseback riding, swimming and
countless others. Go and see for yourself!
* For those of you who want to do partner
activities, consider swing, ballroom and western dance
classes. Roller and ice skating are fun couple activities.
You can do a lot of dancing on roller and ice skates!
* Water sports, like rowing, kayaking, surfing,
windsurfing, water skiing, etc.
* Basketball, touch football, soccer, tennis,
badminton, table tennis, base ball, softball, volleyball,
running, jogging, speed walking, bicycling, nautilus or
other exercise machines, stationary bicycling, stretching
(invent your own, I learned some great ones from my cat!
Imagine your an animal and stretch like they would.)
isometric exercise. Try playing some of the traditionally
competitive games and sports without scoring. (note from
Lynne - My husband and I have discovered that tennis,
especially is a lot more fun that way!)
* Be creative and design your own fitness routine.
If you need new ideas, as I mentioned earlier, watch a
work-out video. For those who can - hire a personal
trainer. Or, keep it simple. Take a hike or work in your
* For you off-beat athletes, consider karate,
aikido and other martial arts, juggling, hackey-sack,
outdoor roller skating and roller blading (some people use
ski poles while blading), frisbee-tossing, archery,
pole-vaulting, discus throwing, 50 yard dash, invent whacky
relay races, white-water rafting, rock-climbing,
hang-gliding - the sky's the limit!
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