Make fitness a part of your day regardless of where you are. Bands and tubes are portable and can be used anywhere. Trampolines are a great way to get some cardio in at home when space is an issue.
2. Keep it Moving
Every journey starts with a single step. Start out small with 10 minute walks three times a day. Set weekly step count goals, keep track with a pedometer as you work up to 10,000 steps.
3. Mix it Up
Weight lifting, aerobics classes, yoga, boxing and martial arts are just a few activities you can enjoy to add variety to your workouts.
4. Track Your Progress
Keep a log of the things you've achieved. Heart rate monitors and fitness watches show steps, distance, burned calories and heart rate.
5. Push Past the Excuses
When you feel too tired to exercise remind yourself of how much better you'll feel afterwards. Put on your favorite music, get on your favorite cardio machines and get your heart pumping and your mood elevated.