Stay Active With Your Children
10. Play "follow the leader" with your kids or, if you're feeling silly - on a run with a friend.
11. Use the monkey bars and playground equipment to exercise while your kids are playing.
12. Let your child choose a different healthy recipe each week and make it together.
13. Have a hula-hoop or jump rope contest in the backyard.
14. Have relay races with your kids.
15. If you have a newborn, meet up with your local stroller exercise group (it's usually free for first-timers).
16. Go toboganning together. Walk up the hills - no lifts!
Stay Active With Your Family
17. Plan a hike or time spent kayaking on vacation.
18. Plan a "wellness day" with your mom or dad (or other family member): bring them along to yoga, and enjoy a healthy meal and good conversation together.
19. Give a family member a fitness-related gift, and show them how to use it.
20. Give your spouse or family member who's trying to get back into shape a guided tour of the grocery store.
21. At your next family picnic, organize a walk with a scavenger hunt.
22. Have a "double date" with your folks. Take an indoor aqua Zumba class with your parents and hubby.
Stay Active With Your Friends
Being active with loved ones makes the time fly by!
23. Be 13 again: come up with a dance routine to a favorite song with a girlfriend.
24. Take a photography hike with a friend.
25. Start a walking book (discuss a book each month while taking a walk) with bookworms who are looking to shape up.
26. Set an exercise goal with a friend, then each create a wish list on your favorite retail site. Buy each other something off the list once you reach your goal.
27. Instead of a "movie night" with the girls, organize a "fitness night" where you try some fun YouTube workouts.
28. Pool together to hire a personal trainer to lead your group though a morning boot camp class.
Stay Active With Your Pet
29. Sign up for a race with your pet, like the Pooch to 5K. Invite other pet-owning friends to participate, too!
30. Sign your dog up for agility training classes. Guide your pooch through the obstacles, and you'll both benefit from a great workout.