The Best Exercises and Workout Ideas to Stay Active

Exercise gets mixed reviews from teens on the best days, and PE often turns what used to be fun at recess into a nightmare in the gym. It doesn’t have to be that way, though, and you don’t need to wait for a teacher with a whistle to get started. Exercise can be more than fun, it’s good for your health.

Get Outdoors

Running/Jogging

Exercises to Do at Home

Workout Plans

  • At-Home Strength Workout Plans for All Levels – Want to build muscle and take on the world? Here are some great workouts for anyone looking to build muscle and do more.
  • Early Morning Workout – Start the day by getting fighting fit. This simple, no-equipment plan gets you up, moving, and motivated.
  • 5 Minute Workout Plan – Designed to maximum benefit in a very short window, this plan pushes you hard, but only for five minutes. It’s easy to practice on the go, while traveling, or between online gaming matches.
  • Complete 4-Week Beginner Workout Plan – This plan hits everything: legs, back, arms, glutes, abs, etc. It’s great for newbies who want to get serious about their health with a plan that caters to their level.

Yoga at Home

Wellness & Mindfulness

Just for Kids

Additional Resources

William Kennedy

William Kennedy is a staff writer for RAVE Reviews. He lives in Eugene, OR with his wife, daughter, and 2 cats, who all politely accommodate his obsession with Doctor Who and The Smiths.