I commit to a minimum of 30 minutes of yoga each day for 30 consecutive days. My purpose in doing this challenge is to connect with my mind, body, and soul. My hope is that I fall back in love with being physically active and grounded in my body. I know that in challenging myself to do this I will begin to feel better and better manage my stress levels.
I will be more active during the week, increase exercise time to 30 minutes after work and 2 hours on the weekend. I have gained 20 lbs over the last 6 months. Check how my weight is affected by menopause, assess my hormone imbalance, and increase my exercise, and live a healthier life.
I am commited to increasing my physical activity levels. I am not happy with my current physical shape and also need to increase my physical activity to help health related concerns. I will exercise at least 3 times a week, including 20 minutes of aerobic activity.
I commit to walking 5x/week for 30+ minutes then increase as my strength increases. All my life I have exercised and stayed active. Menopause hit hard and I have not felt like doing anything for the past 5 years hence gained 25 pounds.
This is a problem for me. Although I am not a lazy person nor am I someone who does not want to exercise, I have no motivation and stick-to-it ness. I will start with a plan that I have come up with, do it one or two days and then no more. Start again and the same thing happens. I NEED MOTIVATION, and do not know how to draw on it from any source. So here I will challenge ...
This weekend marks my 58th birthday and leaves 3 months to the end of 2021. During the pandemic restrictions, I have really missed my external gym / studio class memberships and struggled to stay committed and consistent with home work-out routines on my own. I am setting the goal to start this weekend with a new activity schedule. I will schedule 3 ...
I have been sluggish the last year and a half, so I want to have a six-month series of goals( which I have completed in the past. My goal weight is 176 lbs( I am presently at 193lbs) Goal 1. To bike initially 10 miles two to three times a week. After three months to increase to 20 miles, two to three times a week. ( I need a bit of flexibility) Goal 2. Walk 4 miles two to ...
I am committing to doing some physical exercise each day, whether it's a short 7 minute workout using the Johnson and Johnson app, or something more involved like going on a long run. I am aiming to do this every day for the next 30 days, and hopefully by that time it will become a habit that will continue on for months and years to come!
This year I will strive to learn and do more pilates and prioritize exercise. Sitting down to teach for hours and to tutor students takes a toll on my lower back and posture. I am doing pilates daily for me and encouraging students to prioritize their health and well-being also. The best teachers are learners after all!
I commit to start exercising at least 30 minutes a day , four days a week. I will start with cardiovascular workout for one month. I will increase the workout time adding lift weight after I complete the fist month of commitment. I will monitor my progress once a week🙂
I am going to start getting the recommended amount of cardio exercise and fruits and vegetables. What good am I to my patients and children if I can't lead by example? And for my family, I will develop better stress management skills so we can have more fun.
As a first year nursing student, in her 40's, I NEED to be better at prioritizing exercise into my weekly schedule! I'm making the commitment to exercise a minimum of 30 min/day, four times a week while I'm in school. When I'm not in school I will increase that!
I'm always in my head....so I'm going to break free and make physical exercise a serious #1 priority for the next 30 days! I believe if I spend 30 min 3x per week in exercise as a concentrated focus - the mind and eating and drinking behaviors will become more positive, and I will achieve better outcomes!
I'm day 6 into the Get Moving with Kim 28 day challenge - this has been a wonderful experience in the mornings. I appreciate the gradual nature of the intensity, emphasis on intention/focus and acknowledgment of the importance of rest. Looking forward to the next 22 days with Kim then re-starting the process with Get Moving with Leon!
Alright! So over the past few months I've noticed I've been slacking on physical activity for myself! I used to be more active from my tennis tournaments back in high school and before my BSN nursing classes began. I've been able to eat 3 meals a day with healthy snacks in between for a 2 years now (which I wasn't able to do for awhile because I had no appetite ...
I am going to commit to being physically active. Cardio: 30 minutes of cardiovascular activity (walking outside or indoor aerobics/dance). At least 3x per week -- Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri. Strength: Kettlebells or dumbbells -- 2x per week Starting slow. Will look for guidance somewhere.
I have found my way home to Florida after finishing up a travel assignment in New York City. My goal is to walk everyday while also getting fresh air and sunshine. This should help in all areas of my life- rest better, maybe lose a little weight, get some vitamin D, improved mental health and quality of life
I am committing to exercising every day in May, beginning on May 6th. I know that exercise will contribute not only to a healthier lifestyle, but also a healthier mental well being. It will keep me moving and enjoying the outdoors. I will either bicycle for 30 minutes or do a zoomba class via youtube at home. Exercising and having fun daily!
Specific: Complete 30-minute workout 7 days a week for 21 days. Measurable: Complete the workout each day that is assigned. Attainable: I feel like I owe myself 30 minutes of self-care each day. Realistic: I think 30-minutes is a good amount of time. I should be able to do a breastfeeding session with my little one, get him down for a nap, do my work out and ...
I am commiting myself to continue to work Diamond Dallas Page's Yoga, better known as DDP Yoga. He is an inspirational teacher that has brought many people back from an unhealthy weight, physical injury, and mindset to become the person they want to be, and reclaim their lives. I commit myself to engaging in his exercises at minimum 4 days a week (I'm a ...
Since my Covid-19 lockdown I have made the commitment to workout in my garage since I can no longer go to the gym. I ride my spin bike at home and when it's a nice day I run outside and away from people. I also look up daily CrossFit workouts that do not require weights.
I am making a commitment to work on my physical fitness. For one month I am going to walk one mile 3 days a week and alternate with doing an 20-30 minute exercise video 3 days a week. I am going to do this for one month with the intent to increase my walking distance for the second month. I am doing this because I KNOW have poor exercise habits as I have gotten older. ...
I'm working on motivating myself to exercise daily instead of weekly (if I'm lucky!). I joined a medically assisted weight loss program today through the hospital system for whom I work. In addition to food/diet adjustments, I have to commit to an exercise routine. For Christmas I purchased some workout equipment for my husband and me. I also cleaned ...
My goal for this month is to become more physically active and specifically go to the gym at least 2 days a week for a minimum of 30 minutes. To achieve this goal I will be utilizing a habit tracking app that will help me track my progress and keep me motivated. Overall by the end of the month I should have gone to the gym at least 8 times and hopefully more.
I commit to increasing my cardiovascular activity in the next month. I plan on starting with jogging for 10 minutes, 3 times a week and gradually increase the amount of exercise. I will keep myself accountable using a calendar log and by the end of the month, I will be able to jog for 30 minutes at least 3 times a week.
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