Whitfield says that while regular exercisers are committed to their daily workout, they also tend to move less throughout the remainder of the day. Don’t develop the “I already worked out today so I can afford to be lazy now” mindset. Prolonged periods of inactivity (even if you exercise regularly) are associated with poor health. “While parking further away from the store, taking the stairs, or even just fidgeting at your desk don't burn too many calories alone, they do add up over time,” says Whitfield.
How to Break It: Move more all day long. As Whitfield suggested: be conscious of your activity outside of exercise by making choices like taking the stairs and picking faraway parking spots.