Quick and Easy Exercise Alternatives for ADHD Adults

Does the thought of scheduling gym time make you anxious? Don't have time for lengthy workouts? Try these 10 easy ways to fit fitness into your day.

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As seen on TV. If there are shows you never miss, schedule your exercise sessions into those time slots -- whether at the gym or at home. Your stint on the treadmill will fly.

Virtual workouts. Be honest: You’ll probably surf the Web or shop online anyway. During all those computer searches, download Break Pal, software that pops up on your monitor every 30 minutes with a three-minute routine.

Hey, Coach. Volunteer to manage your child’s Little League, lacrosse, or soccer team. Community sports teams are always looking for people to help out. Running around a soccer field or teaching kids to hone their stroke at home plate is more rewarding -- and interesting -- than logging miles on an elliptical.

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