Lu Sa E.
I like to focus on parts of my body where I feel weaker. Of course it's good to not do it everyday, but it's a motivator so I can feel stronger. I also think it's important to find exercises that you enjoy doing and allow you to flow.
It depends on where I slept that night, when I sleep with my girlfriend I walk up and down quite some stairs because she live at the 10th floor. When I sleep at my place I do some hooping and when I sleep at my parents house I do some push ups, and crunches etc
I prefer yoga when my one year old is still sleeping. But walking lately in her stroller to a lake near by is what works for both of us. Swimming too whenever we get a chance
I walk 2,000 steps a day and then do plank exercise for 1 minute, jumping 100 times and spin my hip for 50 times each side (left and right)
Going on a 2 to 2.5 mile walk every morning. Especially during these crazy times, it the part of the day I get to listen to my podcast, learn something new, stretch my legs, and make time for me💕
- What’s a good exercise routine you can do in a second level apartment that isn’t too noisy?
- What kind of exercise do you do? And before or after a morning shower?
- How do you make time for exercise? I am in a position where I have to choose between exercising and sleep. I am struggling with this!
- Will you see some changes in your body after doing morning exercises for some time?
- Yes, I was ill 2 weeks, I didn’t want to work out because I felt very tired. I would welcome some advice what to do in this situation.
- When you get up late and all your plans and routines seem broken – what do you do? Do you give up for the day?
- What’s your trick for keeping a consistent workout routine?
- In what order do you perform your habits?
- What kind of exercise do you actually look forward to?
- How do you get back on track with excerising after unplanned breaks?