- What is your favorite exercise that may have been really difficult as a beginner, but now you find to be essential?
- Do you follow a specific workout routine or do you change it every day?
- My knees are hurting. Should I stop exercising or just slow down?
- I have trouble focusing. Do you have suggestions for ways to keep me focused and on track?
- What are some things you do to motivate yourself to start exercising?
I use the following application: loss wight for Android
Whether it’s gym, or stretching, or body mapping or a mountain bike ride. And to be kind to myself if I don’t always get to do it.
Using your resources well shows gratitude to the universe and prepares you to receive greater abundance!
This App has a great, 7-minute routine, that gets your heart pumping. What you can or try to do within this routine is up to you. SEVEN minutes! You might be taking longer than that, just to wake up.
Yes, there will be times where your “regular” routine is disrupted, but, you still have a choice.
With friends? Try walking and talking or walking incorporating dance steps (weird, but hey, it’s exercise AND coordination).
Be flexible with your routine. You can do exercises to include your friends, indoors or out.
Have you played with balloons? You can do this alone, but it’s more interesting with a group. Being seated, knock a balloon to others in the room. The object is to keep it off the floor. Be sure to safely store objects that can be damaged, before starting. How about a Hacky Sack? (I hate this), but use hands, too. Keep this in the air.
Use your imagination. You can always think of alternative ways to exercise in lieu of “normal” routine. This not “cheating” it is a modification, a compromise.
If I’m driving, I park as far as I can to get in extra steps. I stand as much as possible.
Because I’m vegetarian it makes it easy to eat out. It cuts out half my choices, sometimes all. I’ve learned to eat a little before and have a healthy snack later.
I always put fruits and veggies on my plate first then I put the other stuff ie sweets and carbs.
Water always. Usually free and cheapest. We’ve also made it a habit to bring hydroflasks so we can stay hydrated no matter where we are. We also save a ton on plastic waste and money 💰 💰💰
Yoga is the best form of total body workout and you can do it everywhere!! Best form of stretching your muscles too. I also do push-ups. I started with 5. I’m up to 20 each set I do. Which ranges from 1-3 sets a DAY. It’s not much.
When I’m on business travel alone I like to do body weight exercises in the room – I have PTSD, and I don’t feel safe going to the gym by myself.
If I’m with someone else, I’ll go to the gym if it’s not too crowded.
At a minimum I can do TRX squats and rows, some desk pushups, and a short Pilates workout.
If I were visiting friends, I’d do the same thing. If they are gym goers I can go with them as a guest. If not, I can take a half hour a day to do TRX and Pilates.
Mostrly I try to do at least some exercise, even if it is shorter the usual or at a different time of the day.
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- How I can change my lifestyle and add exercise?
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- How should I build time for self reflection?
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