How to get fit without really trying

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Pickleball - Pickleball is a sport that combines elements of tennis and badminton into one family-friendly game. It's great for heart health and muscle strength.

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Roller skating - Roller skating is a wonderful low-impact activity that tests balance and coordination while improving lower body strength and stability. 

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Badminton - Badminton helps in toning your muscles and improves your flexibility.

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Table tennis - Table tennis is a great leveler, especially when played in groups. This sport benefits coordination, sharpens reaction times, and improves cardio function.

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Nordic walking - Nordic walking combines cardiovascular exercise with a vigorous muscle workout for your shoulders, arms, core, and legs. 

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Swimming - Indeed, swimming is a superb way of maintaining overall health.

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Step aerobics - Always a popular workout option, step aerobics affords all the benefits of a high-intensity cardio workout without putting stress on your joints.

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Dance classes - Dancing brings rewarding social benefits, and can improve mental health. 

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Indoor rock climbing - If you're seeking to build up strength in a safe yet challenging way, have a go at indoor rock climbing.

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Squats - Squats are a functional exercise that can boost your calorie burn, help prevent injuries, and strengthen your core.

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Jogging - Sounds obvious, doesn't it? But jogging is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways of keeping fit. 

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