For the Under-Exercised, Sneaky Ways to Get Fit from

The key to sneaking exercise into your day is to create intensity-increasing habits that are built into your schedule.

Austin, TX, September 22, 2011 --( Exercise doesn't have to be an all-or-nothing proposition to deliver good results. According to the alternative health and wellness website, just a minute here and five minutes there can fill each week with calorie burning that makes a difference.

“The key to sneaking exercise into your day is to create intensity-increasing habits that are built into your schedule,” says site co-founder Scott Black. “If you're already committed to certain ‘to-do's’ every day - laundry, grocery shopping, banking, house cleaning, even meetings and meals - why not sneak in a few exercises while you're doing these activities?”

A simple example Black offers is to practice proper posture. When people make an effort to stand tall, they automatically contract dozens of muscles from the legs to the neck.

“Whether you’re ironing, doing the dishes, or standing in line,” he says, “concentrate on maintaining a solid stance with knees slightly bent, shoulders back and head up. This might seem small, but it really works, because any muscle contraction burns calories and builds muscle.”

For a complete list of tips for fitting moderate increments of exercise into everyday activities, please see “” to learn more. provides a wide variety of other health and wellness-related information and news for members and the general public. Frequently updated features available without a password include health and beauty, nutrition and supplements, stress management, and exercise advice, all with a non-traditional focus intended to complement mainstream beliefs and practices.

After years of experience in the alternative health industry, DietLeaderMD’s founders realized that consumers want more than a quick, temporary fix from a pill or crash diet. DietLeaderMD has quickly become the fastest-growing members-only self-care website, where consumers can receive support for their healthy lifestyle goals while learning about health and wellness in an online environment uninfluenced by pharmaceutical advertising.

Nara Elahidoost