Change your commute While going to your car and driving to work may seem like a better use of your time
On a five-day workweek, you may meet the 150 minutes of moderate activity suggested by walking 15 minutes to work and 15 minutes back.
Think about home workouts A dedicated training space in your house can save you time waiting in the gym
Make sure your garage or living room has adequate space for an exercise mat.
If weightlifting is your favorite activity, buy dumbbells or kettlebells to substitute gym equipment.
If cardio is your focus, try burpees, squat jumps, and jumping jacks, or run outside if the weather is nice.