Exercise: It’s one of those things that people tend to either love or hate. And, while it’s all too common to use the excuse that you don’t have time to exercise, it really doesn’t have to be that big a commitment. 

In fact, the human body needs to exercise for a minimum of 150 minutes each week at a moderate level. (That’s just over 20 minutes a day, or five thirty-minute sessions each week). Most of us can spare that time, particularly if your workout can be done at home or simply by taking a walk outside (ideally, in the countryside). 

Yet in England, only nine million people manage to get that 150 minutes a week done. That’s only 14% of the population. 

Exercise not only burns fat, but improves your brain performance and memory, reduces signs of ageing, lowers your blood pressure and improves your metabolism. Adio has a free library of yoga classes for people of all ages and fitness levels and gives you ideas for exercise that you may not have thought about before (because working out can actually be fun – at least some of the time). You can buddy up with workout pals in Adio groups, and learn more about why exercise is so essential for our overall well being in our structure and movement zone.