Once again, we are glad to welcome you into the Slimoz Tea Family. As you all might know by now, we at Slimoz are thriving with just one aim of making you all fit and healthy from within. With this aim, comes a great responsibility of educating our family to follow the right activities that will boost the process of staying fit and keep them rejuvenated always.

So, here we are, once again, imparting knowledge on how to stay fit while doing other activities also while you stick to the Slimoz programme. Your body needs your continuous attention and an eye for detail as to what your body is going through and what is it lacking. We have brought to you some basic exercises that are extremely health friendly and will make you glow once you make it a part of your routine, just as you became a part of our Slimoz Family.

Let’s take a look at the exercises below:


Walking is one of the best and easy exercises for to stay fit and healthy. You should make walking a priority in your daily routine for all the good reasons. It’s convenient and an easy way for beginners to start exercising without feeling overwhelmed or needing to purchase equipment. Also, it’s a lower-impact exercise, meaning it doesn’t stress your joints. A person burns around 167 calories per 30 minutes of walking at a moderate pace. It’s easy to fit walking into your daily routine. To add more steps to your day, try walking during your lunch break, taking the stairs at work, or taking your dog for extra walks. To get started, aim to walk for 30 minutes 3–4 times a week. You can gradually increase the duration or frequency of your walks as you become more fit.

Jogging or running

Jogging and running are another highly efficient exercises that help you boost metabolism and burn unwanted fat. A person burns approximately 298 calories per 30 minutes of jogging. Jogging and running can help burn stomach fat commonly known as belly fat. This type of fat wraps around your internal organs and has been linked to various chronic diseases like heart disease. Both jogging and running are great exercises that can be done anywhere and are easy to incorporate into your weekly routine. To get started, aim to jog for 20–30 minutes 3–4 times per week.


Cycling is a popular exercise that improves your fitness and can help in improving your body posture. Although cycling is traditionally done outdoors, many gyms and fitness centres have stationary bikes that allow you to cycle while staying indoors. A person burns around 260 calories per 30 minutes of cycling on a stationary bike at a moderate pace. Cycling regularly gives better overall fitness, and a lower risk of heart disease, cancer, and death, compared with those who don’t cycle regularly. Cycling is great for people of all fitness levels, from beginners to athletes. Plus, it’s a non-weight-bearing and low-impact exercise, so it won’t place much stress on your joints.


Swimming is a fun way to boost your body activity and get in shape. A person burns approximately 233 calories per half hour of swimming. Swimming significantly reduced body fat, improved flexibility, and reduced several heart disease risk factors, including high cholesterol. Another advantage of swimming is its low-impact nature, meaning that it’s easier on your joints. This makes it a great option for people who have injuries or joint pain.


Yoga is a popular way to exercise and relieve stress. It burns a fair amount of calories and offers many additional health benefits that can promote a fit body. A person burns around 149 calories per 30 minutes of practicing yoga. Yoga shows improvements in mental and physical well-being aside from burning calories. It also promotes mindfulness which can help you resist unhealthy foods, control overeating, and better understand your body’s hunger signals. Most gyms offer yoga classes, but you can practice yoga anywhere. This includes from the comfort of your own home, as there are plenty of guided tutorials online.

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