How much time do you spend preparing to go to the gym? Most people spend at least 10 or 15 minutes changing clothes and packing a bag. Then, you likely drive 15 to 20 minutes to the closest gym. If you don’t have a gym that is near you, your commute time maybe even longer. You may be spending more time getting to the gym and back home than working out. Once you get there, if someone else is using your favorite equipment, you may waste 10 or more minutes waiting for it to be free. With all things considered, the gym can be quite time-consuming, costly, and draining. However, the gym isn’t your only option when it comes to staying in shape. Fitness doesn’t have to be an all-consuming activity that forces you to take time out of your day to rearrange your schedule. Right now, you might be thinking, “If your goal is to lose weight, build muscle, or tone your body, then working out is essential.” Yes, it is, but fortunately, you have other options other than the gym. You can incorporate these fitness tips right into your daily activities. You will certainly see some amazing improvements in your health over time.