I do a bit more than 8 minutes, and the time allotted depends on how I feel. I do yoga and either run or bike. If I want to have a bit more fun, I switch yoga with thai chi and the cardio with kayaking or swimming
I first roll my head then my shoulders do some arm circles and arm stretches then I do some leg stretches so I stand on one foot balance move on to the next stretch my legs out touch my I do a bunch of different yoga and simple stretches and then I move on to doing my actual exercise
I try to vary it up so I don’t get bored. I’ve noticed that’s when I tend to make excuses for skipping. I tend to do more yoga or Pilates based exercises since I often wake up feeling stiff or tight from sleeping in a weird position.
Cl Udia Q.
It's not always the same exercises. But I advise push-ups, core exercises and going for a walk or cycling for at least 30 minutes (I do more than 8 minutes of exercise because I'm trying to lose weight).
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