Paid PostPosted on Apr 7, 20209 Helpful Tips On How To Make Indoor Exercising A Little More FunHere are some excellent ways to shake up your workout routine at home. It can be easy, just like how easy it is to switch to GEICO and save on car insurance.by GEICOBrand PublisherLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail 1. Wake up mindfully. Fizkes / Getty Images A good way to break the monotony of being inside all the time is to stick to a routine, and yoga is the best way to start one. Instead of waking up to the alarms, why not download yogawakeup, which provides audio-guided yoga and meditation sequences designed to help you stay mindful in the morning. 2. Set a pump-up jam as your exercise alarm. Tatomm / Getty Images The best way to set aside some time to exercise is to...set a time to exercise! But simply setting an alarm doesn't quite get the blood pumping. Playing the same jam to begin your workout will help you settle into a routine, kinda like a theme song to an action TV show! Pick a track that will help you stay in on track — inside! 3. Swag up your space. Runstudio / Getty Images With the gyms closed, you're going to need a new spot to begrudgingly go to. But the difference is now you can customize your workout space, whether it's with a flower-patterned yoga mat or a diffuser that emits essential oils. 4. Turn your favorite TV shows into an exercise game. Centralitalliance / Getty Images You're watching more TV than ever, so why not make a game out of it? Every time an antihero broods wistfully — that's 20 bicep curls. Or whenever someone gets a drink thrown on them in a reality show — that's 30 sit-ups. You know your own shows better than anyone, so make your own regimen! 5. Social distancing doesn't mean you can't be social. Getty Images Miss the energy of a group exercise class but also wanna practice good social distancing? There are websites out there that bring the class to you (at a safe, virtual distance). For example, Obé has both live and on demand classes — over 100 per week — each just 28 minutes! 6. Do a short exercise between episodes. Getty Images You know that guilty feeling you get when you watch so much of your favorite show that the streaming service asks if you're still watching? Well, maybe take that opportunity to do a quick workout before getting back to the important work of streaming. Seven can get you sweating in seven minutes! 7. Substitute your podcast regimen for an audio workout. Rawf8 / Getty Images Social distancing makes one long for the human voice, giving you just permission to listen to the entire back catalogues of all the weird podcasts you listen to. Well how about, every now and then, plugging into one that gets you moving? Aaptiv is a unique, audio-only exercise app, giving your eyes a break while you sweat. 8. Let your imagination be your motivation. Zombies, Run! If a trainer can't motivate you, maybe a horde of brain-eating zombies will! This sounds silly, but using your imagination to craft a story around your exercise helps break up the monotony. Check out the app Zombies, Run! It assigns you a mission in a zombie-infected world — whether it's to gather supplies or rescue survivors — but you better do it fast because the undead are right on your heels! 9. Just dance! Just Dance Now Wanna exercise but don't feel like buying any equipment? All you really need is your phone speaker and some beats to get your body moving. Or if freestyle isn't your thing, you can download Just Dance Now, the mobile version of the popular video game. After a fun workout, see how easy it is to switch to GEICO. Visit GEICO.com or utilize the GEICO Mobile app for 24-hour support on managing your policy and more.