So many of us are still working from home, which means we are getting fewer daily steps, less overall weekly activity, and spending too much time sitting.
The Doctors remind you that sitting for too long can increase someone's weight, along with causing high blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol levels.
The World Health Organization recommends that adults get 150 minutes (2.5 hours) of moderate to vigorous each week, and working from home can make this goal difficult, but The Doctors have the at-home workouts and exercise suggestions that can help keep you moving and provide you with a break from your home desk (which might actually be your couch!)
Missing your barre class? Christa Rost from Fit Forte shares simple and effective moves to help tone your body from home and this workout could be the perfect lunchtime break or something you start or end your day with.
Instead of fighting exercise, bring the fight to your workout! 15-year-old karate black belt Jeffrey shows us how martial arts can make for a great workout from home. Plus, these heart-pumping moves can be performed at any age!
If you are taking too many trips from your home office to the kitchen for snacks, try to use that kitchen time to get in a quick workout. J Method founder Jen Jacobs shares how to exercise 4 different ways while in the kitchen.
No workout equipment at home? No problem! Personal trainer Sebastian, creator of Lagree Fitness, shows us how a home workout can be achieved with things you already have -- like two chairs and 4 paper plates.
And if you are pressed for time, find out just 10 minutes of daily exercise can make help raise your heart rate, while also helping to drop your stress levels.
And if we have not convinced you to get off the couch yet, check out the workout you can do from your sofa, in the video below! All these moves -- plus all of the great fitness segments seen on The Doctors -- will help you reach your weekly goal of 150 minutes of activity in no time.