Mornings are hectic, and evenings are packed with practices and PTA meetings, so when are you supposed to squeeze in a sweat session? It turns out, your lunch hour is a great time to hit the gym, or at least get moving. Learn how to stay fit during your midday break, even when you can’t leave the office.
Quick Lunchtime Workouts
The Surgeon General’s 1996 report on Physical Activity and Health, which recommends at least 30 minutes of exercise daily, is the benchmark of physical fitness today. But busy schedules often make it hard for many people to find the time to fit in a workout. With this in mind, what better time to work out than your lunch hour? Whether it’s a brisk walk outside or a desk-side core session, our clever, office-friendly exercise guide proves the physical and mental benefits of physical activity in the middle of the day. (Just make sure you leave time to eat!)