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Easy Exercise Idea: Hit The Driving Range!

It's been raining in California for about two weeks now. It's great for the drought, but bad for outdoor activities. Californians love being outside, and as a native myself sometimes I'm not sure that I belong. One activity I love doing though, is hitting golf balls or playing if I have the time. Something funny that a lot of people don't know about me is, that I'm a pretty damn good golfer. I competed at the high school level, and almost played in college too. Girls didn't take me seriously at first because I didn't belong to a country club and I didn't dress or act like them. I walked around with my hat on crooked and the collar of my golf shirt popped. I was pure rock and roll, and they were pure bread. Once I hit the ball though, they changed their tune. Once I started beating them...they got even more jealous. I was on a junior tour and won a few pretty cool trophies. I went to the Ohio State tournament and shot a career low in sectionals. I love golf. I used to resent it when I was competing because of the pressure. But now I use it to clear my head. My Grumpy Dad sent my golf clubs across the country so I could finally get back to doing my thing.
The rain nearly stopped me from doing it though. But for an hour I had fun. I felt that odd feeling of not belonging once I hit the range. Lots of collared shirts and stuffy glances, perfectly pleated kaki pants and expensive sun glasses. I remembered how I felt when I got on the tee in tournaments. And then I remembered that I'm a badass golfer. So I just hit the ball. Some of them were awesome, and some weren't that great. But it didn't matter. Golfing is hard. In my opinion, it is the hardest sport to play. It requires a lot of skill, concentration and brain power. But when you're just hanging with friends out in the sunshine, swinging your club and getting out your frustrations, it can be amazing, cleansing. Plus, it's great exercise, and it tones the hell out of your arms, stomach and back!

So, if you're bored, head to the driving range and buy a bucket of balls. You can even rent clubs at some places too. Get your frustrations out, find your swing and go!

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Nice! Looks like its a lot of fun. I rather hit the batting cage though :p
Ahh yeah this is an awesome idea to be active. I've only tried golfing once -- I suck at it hahaa. But I imagine that just like with any sport, it takes practice and time to get the hang of it. @TessSteven
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How to get fit without going to the gym
Exercising in the gym is always the ideal choice to stay in good shape but often a long and very tight schedule makes it impossible to approach the gym frequently. Given this situation we need to look for alternatives and new ways to keep fit. So now Makeufits prepare you some tips to help you learn how to stay fit without going to the gym. Walking the dog and burning calories Walking the dog in the park or some open space devoted to this activity is an option that will help, as they say, to kill "two birds with one stone." Like you, your pet needs to exercise and stay fit, why not do it together? Thus having a pet is a good reason to stay in shape. A pet needs a responsible and active person who is willing to provide the necessary care and in this case you take a walk and that play with. Taking a walk or better yet, to run, between 30 and 45 minutes a day or at least 3 times a week for the park, is a perfect choice to start keep fit without visiting the gym. It is good for you and good for your pet. Television viewing has never been so healthy You have probably heard or have you found out around that there are several exercises you can do while watching TV you're watching the news or your favorite program. It is a good choice to help you stay in shape without going to the gym and at least you will be giving a more productive the fact of sitting around watching TV. You can exercise watching TV during commercials (most commercials lasts 1 to 3 minutes) or throughout the program. Some of the most common exercises to do while watching TV are: crunches and planks to do during the commercial before the show starts again, yoga postures, stretching, weights, jumping frog, etc... Exercise videos One way to simulate a day in the gym from the home theater is watching a video of exercise routines and special positioning to help you stay in shape. You can buy a videotape, a DVD or even search the web, where you'll find many videos and tutorials that will help you maintain proper exercise routine. We just put in front of the TV with comfortable clothes and follow the instructions of the video. It's easy, safe and private. Nothing better than your own home and if you've lost at any point, simply go back to play the video and try again. Have fun with the kids Have fun, smile and play is another way to stay healthy. The largest source of fun and all are healthy children. Play with them, laugh and run will then be another good option to help you stay fit at the same time as you interact with your children. You can play in our backyard or go to the park, walking, running, jumping or playing sports with them. This will not only be healthy for you but also for children, who love and really need this contact with you, laugh and play with adults. I can not go to the gym but the gym will come to you Whatever the reason, if you think you can not go to the gym, you'd better bring the gym to your home. To do this you should consider getting some exercise equipment and systems for your home. There are a number of models with different sizes, with many functions and possibilities of prices and payment methods. Just need a space at home, may be the garage or a room that has little use. With home appliances no excuses for not exercising every day and the videos accompanying you exercise, you practice all the necessary routines to keep fit without even closer to the gym. Games you exercise? That's right! The Wii game console offers several game options to keep you really busy and that will make you sweat, I assure you, almost like doing exercise at home. With rowing sports games, sword, tennis, golf, boxing, cycling and many more options, playing games is a real option that will make you shake your body and keep moving. Furthermore it is an activity you can do with children. What do you expect to test the Wii Fit? Stay up and helps eliminate calories When you stay standing instead of sitting or lying, you're burning 33% more calories. A good way to stand is when, for example, the phone rings us, instead of sitting down to talk on the phone, stand up, walk and move. Apply this habit is not easy at first but then will become a simple habit. Every time you think you can keep standing instead of sitting: it! Wait for the bus stand, if the journey is short make it stand, walk, stay in an upright posture, etc. If you want more tips to keep in shape without going to the gym, I recommend that you take a look at these fun activities to keep fit and these exercises, you will be very helpful to complement these activities.