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9 Workouts You Can Do Anywhere

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“I can’t make it to the gym” is no longer a good excuse for getting out of exercising. These 9 workouts can be done anywhere—in your living room, in a hotel room, in a park, in a box with a fox… You get the idea! Put on some comfy clothes, grab your sneakers, and get moving already!

3 Great Outdoor Workouts Mother Nature is a motivating fitness trainer! Head outside and try hiking, rollerblading, or up-downs!

The 2 Running Workouts You Need to Drop Pounds Fast Whether your pace is fast or slow, one of these runs will get your metabolism going.

5 Bodyweight Moves that Burn Fat Fast Do a circuit of these moves for 30 minutes to really get your heart pumping

The Best Restorative Yoga Poses to Relieve Stress Unwind and gently work muscles at the same time with these yoga moves.

Fast Fitness! The No-Gym, No-Equipment, No-Excuses Workout (with Video!) Short on time? This killer leg workout only takes 15 minutes.

5 Pilates Moves for EVERYDAY! Strengthen your core and improve your posture with these simple Pilates moves.

What’s your favorite do-it-anywhere workout? Tell us in the comments below!

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