Weight Loss and Exercise

By author photo Jenny Craig Team


At Jenny Craig we understand the importance of keeping active to helping you achieve your goals, although on our program you won’t need to run a marathon or struggle through a spin class to get there.

We are all about embracing natural activity, every move you make in your everyday life counts – vacuuming, washing the car, walking the aisles in the supermarket. By embracing this constant movement and trying to increase it a little everyday will help you reach your goals even sooner.

Here are some great tips on how to increase your activity:

Break up activity into short 10 minute bouts. Do 10 minutes first thing in the morning, 10 minutes at lunch and 10 minutes after dinner.

Choose activities you can do regularly with family or friends such as going for walks or playing in the park. Plan active catch ups – grab a coffee and go for a walk!

You don’t have to go to the gym to be active! Choose something you enjoy – think about playful activities and activities you can do with others that are more fun!

Use your lunch break and go for a walk. Break up the day by going out for a 5-10 minute active break twice a day. If you have stairs at work, use these during the day.

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