Eliz Greene

Are you a Non-exerciser, like me?

Recently, a quiz from Everyday Health on Exercise Personalities pegged me as a “Non-Exerciser”.


At first horrified, I quickly came to realize it makes sense.  I don’t really like exercising and do it because it is important to my health. Most of my fitness advice centers fitting more activity into your already busy day.  Are you a Non-Exerciser too?

Think about it:

  • Do you find it difficult to fit exercise into your already busy day?
  • Do you look for ways to be healthy AND get everything done?

Good news!

Being more active really means just moving your bootie more every day – and I have lots of tips for that!

I put the Top 10 Tips to Move Your Bootie into a ebook you can download for free right now.


Check it out, and move your bootie a little more every day – it works for this Non-Exerciser!

Eliz Greene works busy people to improve heart health, so they can work well, feel better, and stress less.

She is a heart attack survivor and the author of the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart as well as 3 other books on wellness. She writes one of the top 50 health and wellness blogs and is a sought-after wellness & stress management speaker.

If you are planning a women’s wellness program, workplace wellness program or programs for healthcare professionals check out EmbraceYourHeart.com to see if Eliz would be a good fit with your organization.


About Eliz Greene

Eliz Greene survived a heart attack at age 35 while seven months pregnant with twins. Her down-to-earth strategies to manage stress and improve heart health and reduce stress are used by thousands of busy people all over the world. She is a motivational wellness speaker, author, and job stress researcher. Visit elizgreene.com to book Eliz for your next event.

2 Responses to “Exercise for the Non-Exerciser”

  • I will have to check this out – I haven’t been able to find the time during the month of December with the holidays and colder weather. I do enjoy walking but it takes an extra effort to make it to the gym. Once I’m there it’s great but it’s the getting into the habit agian.

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