In a world defined by deliberate and
organised action, sometimes the incidental things make all the difference. Incidental activity is a valuable form of daily exercise, with small incidental movements accumulating throughout the day as the result of your normal routine. While not a complete substitute for discipline and organisation, these small movements add up over time to improve your physical and mental health.
Incidental exercise doesn't happen at the gym, which makes it an ideal solution in a COVID-19 world.
Incidental activity refers to any situation
where you are active throughout the day. Rather than being a direct result of
your discipline and time management skills, this type of activity is the result
of your life choices. In some ways, incidental exercise isn't 'exercise' at
all, with this term typically used to define deliberate and planned activities
performed to improve fitness levels. Instead, incidental activity happens as an
indirect result of active, balanced, and healthy lifestyle choices.