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Maybe you want to get in shape and find some new exercise workouts, but don’t know where to start.

Most people think that getting in shape is expensive, time-consuming, and hard. But it doesn’t have to be that way!

This Everyday Bucket List Podcast episode is here to help with exercise examples to try to build strength and stretch more this year. We provide a verbal list of exercises to try, as well as a bucket list of places to visit this year. Our goal is to make getting in shape and checking off your bucket list fun and easy. Plus, it will be much easier to climb mountains, hike, etc. when you travel.

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1. Try out Animal Movements

Looking for ways to get your body moving? Consider animal movement exercises! These fun and inventive moves are inspired by the natural movements of animals, helping you stretch and exercise in a whole new way. Get ready to become more limber than ever before while having some wild adventures along the way!

2. Play pickleball

Pickleball – a sport that has been rapidly increasing in popularity around the world! This hybrid between tennis and badminton is exciting, fast-paced, and simple to learn. So grab your racket and get ready for some competitive fun with friends or family today! Hear more about pickleball and things to do in Gosport & Portsmouth , England here.

3. Focus on mobility stretching

Mobility stretching is an exercise regimen designed to improve range of motion, flexibility and overall health. A combination of static stretches and dynamic stretches can help you move better, reduce pain or stiffness in your joints, increase blood flow throughout the body – all helping you reach a greater level of physical fitness!

4. Consider strength training with free weights

Get your body moving and energized with strength-building exercise routines using free weights! Strengthen core muscles, improve cardiovascular health, and develop a stronger physique – all from the comfort of home.

Try using a kettlebell. It is a versatile piece of equipment. They’re portable so you could just throw ’em in your car. You could also train outside, in a gym in or your garage.

There are a great deal of exercises you could do with them such as squats, lunges, presses, kettlebell cleans, kettlebell snatches and more.

5. Get in shape with a medicine ball

Improve your fitness with a medicine ball workout! Incorporating this versatile piece of equipment can add intensity and challenge to any exercise routine. Strengthen core muscles, target those hard-to-reach stability zones, and reap the rewards from an exciting way to work out.

6. Get a small trampoline

Burn off some extra energy and stay in shape with an indoor trampoline! This fun piece of workout equipment is a great way to get your exercise without leaving the house.

7. Do outdoor activities

Taking advantage of outdoor activities is a great way to get moving and stay fit. From kayaking, biking, or simply taking a stroll in the park – there are plenty of options for an invigorating workout experience! Add all of these to a family bucket list or try them solo.

Here are some places to consider this year:

  • The UK
  • Italy
  • South East Asia
  • The Caribbean
  • Eygpt
  • The American West
  • Mexico
  • Costa Rica
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Florida Keys, FLorida
  • Istanbul, Turkey
  • Mexico City
  • Paris, France
  • Sydney, Australia
  • Woodstock, Vermont
  • Fiji

Conclusion for Planning Your Exercise Workouts & Travel Bucket List This Year

Now that you have a list of at-home workouts and examples of specific exercises, it’s time to get moving! Keep in mind that any type of physical activity is better than none at all.

If you can, try to do something every day for at least 30 minutes. And if you’re just getting started with exercising, start slow and gradually work your way up.

You may even be better able to walk around different cities, climb stairs better or even mountains.

Remember: listen to your body and stop if you feel pain. With a little bit of effort (and maybe some sweat), you’ll be on your way to a healthier lifestyle in no time. So what are you waiting for? Give these workouts a try!

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