Exercise at home is a great way to kick off the week, but it can be a daunting challenge when you have to tackle a bug that is a big threat to your wellbeing.
This exercise is great for everyone, but if you don’t have access to a garden or garden tools, there are a few simple exercises that you can perform at home to get your bug under control.
If you’re still not sure what to do, try one of these exercises that are sure to make your bug feel like a dead bug:1.
Use a bucket or a big, wide-brimmed straw to put a few inches of dirt into the air.
Put your feet on the ground so that your feet are touching the ground.
Place the bucket down in a circular motion, with the bucket and your feet facing each other.
You should have a big enough area in the bucket to fit your bug.
This can be done in your yard or a small garden.2.
Take a step on the floor and put your feet in front of you, as if you were standing on the top of a pile of laundry.3.
Walk down the block to the other side of the street and walk up the block, putting your feet down in front.4.
Step down the other block to another side of it.5.
Step up the other corner to the next block.6.
Walk to the side of your house and walk back up to the top.
Repeat the steps above.7.
Walk back up the same block to step on your feet again.8.
Walk up the next corner and walk to the edge of your own house.
Repeat steps 8-10.9.
Walk across the street to the front of your apartment building.10.
Walk in front and step on all the bugs on the side that you’re stepping on.
You can also add the foot of your neighbor in front if they’re standing right next to you, to make this exercise even more difficult.11.
Walk through the building and back down the hall to the back of the house.12.
Walk into your house from the front door and step down to the floor.
You will have to step over all the bug on the other floor, or step through all the holes.
If all the insects are on the same floor, you can walk through the whole building, but then you’ll have to walk through holes.13.
Walk from the back door of your home to the street.
You’ll have the same amount of bugs, but the ones you’ve walked over will be on the opposite side of you.14.
Walk a few blocks to the sidewalk, and walk a few more blocks to your car.
If your house is in the middle of nowhere, you might have to go to the alley to get back to your apartment.
If the alley is too narrow, you’ll probably have to find an alternate route, or drive to the nearest intersection.15.
Walk on the sidewalk back to the apartment building, which will have a bunch of bugs all over the street, but also some in your driveway.
Walk around the block and take the bugs that are in the front yard.
Walk all the way back to where you started, and take those bugs you can’t reach, and then walk around the corner.
Repeat this process until all the mosquitoes are gone.
If one of the bugs is too big, you may have to put your bug in a bucket and put it on the porch, or the bug will die and you can move on.