All are great ideas. You can also tell your clients to walk instead of driving if they can. When they go to the store, movies or out to visit with a friend, they can park their cars as far as possible and then walk. They can use the stairs when available and carry their groceries to their cars instead of using the carts. If they have the option of working while standing up, then they should take that option instead of sitting all day behind their desks. If they need to communicate with co-workers, they can just walk to their co-workers’ desks to discuss face-to-face instead of emailing. They could also challenge themselves to get up and change the channel, turn the ceiling fan on, etc. instead of using the remote.
If they have dogs, use them as an excuse to go for a long walk and not just around the corner. While they are at the bus or the train (or waiting for just about any reason), they can stand up instead of sitting down. Use a self-propelled mower instead of one with a motor when cutting the grass. Shovel snow manually instead of using a snow blower. These are some of the ideas I pass on to my clients and most of them are now enjoying doing all these activities. They don’t even think they are doing any type of exercise. After some time, it feels second nature to them, and the extra calories burned by making these simple changes really add up.
I hoep this helps,