The perfect time to change activity is every day. Even Scientists prefer that it's better if you add different activities in your active life. If you do bodybuilding or just fitness it's almost must to do yoga for better flexibility.
I would just get a different app that had to do with running or make a step challenge for your self like take 10,000 steps a day & you can check this in your health app
You bet , the more you change it up the more fun it will be and you won't get bored. Challenge yourself and then, enjoy what gives you the most satisfaction. I am a walker, but I like to see new places and different locations that have multi levels of hardship.
I think it’s ok when you have the time to do so. I only stick with 7 mins when I’m pressed for time otherwise I try to at least do a 30 minute workout. The best time I find to make a change is when my body feels like it has plateaued in a workout and there’s no more room to push; a one minute squat starts to feel easy so I add more weight.
Yes, change whenever as long as you keep it consistent, do some form of excercise each day. Find out what you most enjoy
Absolutely! The point is more to 7 minutes of ANY exercise as oppose to being one specific routine. Whatever exercise you actually feel like doing that day, go for it. It's better in long term to enforce a habit to be flexible and do to something that feels good in the same vein as the habit instead forcing yourself to do a rigid action that you may not feel like that day.
The point of the challenge is to develop healthy habits. If you’re working out for 7minutes, it doesn’t matter what you’re doing as long as you’re continuing your healthy habit. Change the activity when you need to because if you don’t change it up then you’ll lose interest and it won’t be fun and you’ll lose the habit. Don’t forget to celebrate with a happy dance or wiggle!
- Any recommendations for easy and short exercises in the morning?
- How do you get out of bed when you’re so tired?
- Do you do the same exercise routine every day or do you mix it up?
- How quickly am I supposed to move from the minimum exercise to something more difficult? Is it okay if I’m still not inspired/motivated to step up my game after a month?
- Are you hydrated?
- What do you do when you just don’t feel like working out/exercising?
- What is your cue? What is your reward?
- What’s the appropriate amount of time to work out after eating?
- Is it better to do light exercise for 90 minutes, or heavy exercise for 30 minutes? The goal is mostly weight loss.
- What do you do when something prevents you from doing your usual exercise method/routine? I have asthma so I can’t run outside. I usually play Step Mania because it gets my heart rate going. But sometimes my tech doesn’t work. And I don’t really have the space to do Zumba or other aerobics. I’ve tried going to the gym, but it takes so much extra time to get ready and leave the house and etc. Difference between spending exactly 30 minutes vs 90 minutes with commuting and getting situated and etc. at the gym. I don’t want exercise to be something I dread doing. Does anyone have something fun they do at home for exercise?