When it comes to routine, it might mean having a couple of training sessions in a week, but it also means doing some little tricks. For example, standing push-ups can be done everywhere and even though they will not make a person sweat, they will shake those muscles. All that is needed is a wall and that is it. Stand close to it, lean towards it and put palms on the wall. There it is – a perfect position for an easy push-up. Also, many people sit at the desk while working. In this position cannot be done much – except for one thing. Stomach can be pulled in and a person can be in that position for as long as possible. Stomach should be pulled in just as much as it is not disturbing the breathing process (this position will raise diaphragm). This is a good exercise for abs, and though not one of the most intensive and effective, it certainly has its positive effect. Walking is also something which will benefit the organism and to make a schedule out of it, let’s say that everyday walk from job to home, or from home to a grocery store is more than enough for a beginning.
If all this is not enough for a person, then training sessions should be included. But if the person feels that all those small things are not intensive enough, that means that those things did their job, they activated the body and now a person wants some new challenges. Those new challenges can be very different, a person can engage in cardio, in muscle mass building, in a mixture of those two. Also, martial arts are excellent for both body shaping and learning something new.
It can be said that whatever is done to make the body healthy, it can be a part of some schedule, a routine which our organism benefits from. What will that exactly be, well, it is not so important for as long as it is done.