9 Ideas Perfect for Any Fitness Bucket List

fitness-bucket-585You know what’s way more fun than worrying about how much you weigh or what size is on the label of your jeans? Uh … the correct answer is “Just about anything,” but another appropriate response is “Staying active so that your body is always prepared for adventure.” Because when I think about my list of fitness accomplishments, I’ll be way more excited that I hiked the Grand Canyon or managed to get up on a surfboard than the fact that I successfully fit into a certain size my whole life.

I recently rounded up a list of nine fabulous ideas that are perfect for any fitness bucket list!

9 Ideas Great for Any Bucket List

1. Kayak an amazing destination. If you’ve never been kayaking, it’s an awesome reason to stay active. I kayaked Elkhorn Slough in California several years ago, and it was amazing to see wildlife in their natural  habitat while getting one heck of a workout. Now on my list? Kayaking in a similarly awesome destination … like Hawaii!

Click here for just a few more awesome adventures to aim for over on Babble…Erin

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  1. Jennifer says:

    I did stand-up paddleboarding for the first time in Hawaii this past June. It had been on my bucket list for a while. So happy to have done it!

  2. Aqilah says:

    Totes awesome post! So true, keeping fit is more than just looking good. I’ve done whitewater rafting, took up a rock climbing course and finished a marathon since I started working out and being active 3 years ago!

  3. Judy L says:

    Kayaking is great! I started doing it a couple years ago, as well as more intense hikes. I look forward to summer for those activities every year now. I would like to try canoeing next, as I’ve only ever done that once years and years ago.

  4. GSP says:

    Paddling is great for toning arms and shoulders. Plus it’s more rewarding then dumbbells since you are connecting with nature.

  5. Cheryl says:

    Yes lovey, you’re so right! This past summer I went to a yoga class taught by one of the oldest yogis, such an inspiration. Her motto at 97 is simple, “Keep Moving”. What I love every now and then is roller-skating…and of course, yoga! That’s my heart :))