Take a walk with your spouse, child, or friend
Walk the dog
Use the stairs instead of the elevator
Park farther from the store
Go to the mall and walk several times around prior to shopping
Get up to change the channel
Walking 15 minutes on your Lunch Break
Walk around the block in the morning and evening
Get outside to walk around the garden or do a little weeding
Tracking progress is critical, as you will want to see results. Keep notes on how you feel, how your body is improving, or other changes you are making to improve your health. You can purchase a simple pedometer to track you're daily steps.
Progressing into a daily walking program of 45 minutes to 1 hour, will bring your fitness level up another notch. When you progress to this point, then additional goals can be set, and motivation to start a more serious fitness program or a running program may be your next agenda in getting fit and healthy!
Good Luck and Keep Moving!
If you are in very poor physical condition or at any point you feel that you are progressing too rapidly slow down a bit and try smaller increases. If you have any health concerns seek your physician's advice prior to starting or changing your exercise routine.