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💕
- 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?