I do not jog, but I started taking the stairs instead of the elevator to my apartment on the 5th floor, and I already noticed a difference after a week, not a big one, but enough. Now (3 weeks later) I feel like taking the elecator is just silly, it takes just asqlong
It took me only a few days. I really pushed myself early on and then worked my way up to more mileage as I got better. Running right away doesn't mean you have to run the whole workout but if you begin to work it in and continue to do it each time you think you might be able to you'll be rewarded for it.
- What do you do for exercise when you are sick or under the weather?
- What have other people done to break the habit of snoozing in the morning?
- Do evening soccer practices count as exercise?
- How do you keep yourself motivated in the first few weeks where you can’t really see the difference despite putting in the effort?
- Do you use a device to track your exercise? How is that working for you?
- How do you get past feeling overwhelmed when you see your friends running several miles each day?
- What are your favorite moves to get your heart pumping when working out? (Burpees, Chair Pose, Jump Rope, etc)
- Do you eat breakfast first thing in the morning?
- What’s your favorite exercising music? Send me some good songs.
- When do you think is the best time of day to work out?