Get a Full-Body Workout with Exercise Bingo
Rucuss staffMarch 28, 2015
We all have that one part of our body that we wish was a little bigger, or a little smaller, but what we often fail to remember is that beauty is all about symmetry. What’s most attractive is a body that has perfect proportions, and in order to achieve it, we need to give our whole bodies plenty of work and exercise.
Of course, not all of us can afford a gym membership, let alone a personal trainer, but it’s also entirely possible to get that full-body workout at home. Don’t worry about being bored to death of doing the same old exercise over and over either, because a great game called Exercise Bingo can help you out.
Don’t worry – bingo isn’t just a game for old ladies in derelict bingo halls. In fact, they’ve joined the roster of games that have taken the online world by storm. In the UK, where the trend of online bingo is the fiercest, major companies have begun their forays into the industry. The Daily Mail has already launched a bingo portal in support of breast cancer awareness, and sportsbetting portal Betfair joined the fray in late 2013. Bingo’s versatility makes it the perfect game for a variety of industries, and the perfect game to use as a workout generator.
All you really need to do to start is make a list of five exercises for the five muscle groups: Arms, Chest, Back, Abdomen, and Legs. Once you’ve got your list, use a bingo card generator like the one on Print-Bingo.com to arrange the exercises onto the card. If you’re having trouble populating your list, there’s a lot of information on About.com on exercises for each muscle group, as well as guides on how to properly pull them off. After printing out your card, number each of the items in each category 1-5.
Once you’ve got your card, you’re ready to play! Every morning, roll a die for each category, noting which exercise corresponds to the number you rolled and marking it off. If you happen to roll a 6, either roll again or pick any exercise from the list. By the end of the round, you should have one exercise for each muscle group! Do this for every day of the week to avoid repetitive workouts, and you should have no trouble achieving that whole-body fitness that gets you looking and feeling great!
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