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I make a commitment to increase my physical activity. I have no excuses and now it’s time!

I have to say that since I started nursing school (pre-reqs and core classes) and working now, I have no time to go to the gym and excersize. I want to start going more often to the gym. 

Added by katpash Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 01/30/2024

I used to workout 6x a week a few years ago. I even joined marathons like twice or thrice a year. Now that I'm in my 40s, it's really been a challenge being active and having time for workouts (I'm a working mom with 4 kids). So I had to change my routines, and found ways how to squeeze workouts in my schedule. Here's what I did:  1. I made sure to stick with a ...

I will make a commitment to be more active. I have a gym membership and will utilize it more especially to relieve some stress from work.

Added by anguyen2 Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 01/20/2024

walking with the dog is great everyday activity! 

Added by Maja Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 01/12/2024

I will be working on increasing my physical activity. I haven’t been able to exercise as much as I would love to. Exercise has always helped clear my mind and keep me focused. I will dedicate more time to exercise and meditation

Added by Hadeyemi Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 01/02/2024

I have put off self care for about 5 years now since I went to school to be a nurse and started my new job.  I plan to make 2024 the year I focus on my health and wellness.

Added by CozzibearRN Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 01/02/2024

I am committed to moving my body more throughout the day. That could be by walking down the street, doing some light stretching, going for a swim ‍♀️, lifting heavy stuff, or doing a group activity like Zumba or Step.  My overall mental wellbeing is always stronger when I get good clean oxygen flowing through my body. 

Added by Eli (Elina) Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 12/28/2023

When you allot time to be healthy, this means you're doing something for yourself. I make sure I have 20-30 minutes a day to workout and do peloton. I make sure I watch an episode in netflix so I don't feel the time pass by so quickly. 5X of working out a day is a big deal in making your lifestyle better and healthier.

I will walk with my husband and daughter 4 times a week after work. These walks help strengthen our family bond. My husband and I talk to one another and connect deeply. My daughter learns health habits and sees her parents making a commitment to their health and relations ship. She is outside and away from any screen time. My Husband and I are also not on the ...

Added by shehl23 Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 10/23/2023

In Nursing school, everything feels overwhelming at times, and adding one more thing to your load of tasks can be overwhelming. I have committed to moving my body for at least 30 minutes a day to help my mental and physical health. 

I commit to getting more active in my daily life. I plan to do some form of exercise for at least 30 minutes, 5 days a week. I am committed to staying healthy even if it is just walking to complete this task.

Added by BranB Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 10/15/2023

Over the past few semesters of college, I have been more involved in physical fitness and going to the gym. This is something that makes me feel good, mentally and physically. Over the summer and this semester, I have hardly been going at all. I believe that it is important to re-incorporate this into my routine, especially during my night shift clinical, ...

My commitment is to make sure that I get outside more and get some physical activity in. I would like to go for more walks and make sure that I keep a healthy diet and exercise during the day and keep my heart healthy. I would like to also make sure that my kids come outside with me to make sure I set a good example for them with exercise and getting outside to get ...

Every summer, my cousin and I travel to a new state for rock climbing. Despite this being an annual event, I am committed to staying healthy and continue to climb in an indoor gym every weekend. 

Added by Mario B. Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 10/15/2023

During the summer I joined a YMCA and I was going consistently. However, since school has started I have not been consistent and have barely gone. So, I would like to commit to going to the gym at least once a week, until the end of the semester.

Added by Ari Fuller Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 10/15/2023

I commit to taking my dog on a walk to the park at least once every day so I can get my body moving and enjoy the outdoors and the time I have with my puppy. 

Over the summer I got really good at going to the gym, with night shift clinical I do not want to fall off of the progress I have made. So for my personal commitment statement, I want to commit to going to the gym at least once per week on Sundays to help improve my mental health, my physical health, and my overall wellbeing.

Added by Shyanne Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 10/13/2023

I commit to going on a walk outside at least 3 times a week to improve my physical and mental health. 

Added by Emily Lopez Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 10/12/2023

I commit to spending time at the gym at least once a week before clinicals to help prioritize my physical and mental well being. Whether I get to go with family and friends or just by myself.

Hello, my name is Rhonda and I'm the CEO and Founder of The Health and Wellness Connection, a consortium of services to help the community, customers, and clients of health with coaching, consulting, and restorative health practices.  My commitment for 30 days will be to Walk for Wellness.  I started out by walking 3 miles in the morning with my husband ...

I am making a commitment to myself to do at least 30 minutes of pilates and at least 10 minutes of yoga stretching for flexibility and relaxation at least 3 times per week to start.

Added by Tinytine55 Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 06/20/2023

I am committing to working out 4 days a week for a minimum of 45 minutes per session. Workouts will include high intensity interval training, yoga, and taking my dog on walks. Please send all good core exercises my way!!

Added by heathk4 Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 06/18/2023

1. I will lift weights 2 times per week for 15 minutes.  2. I will practice yoga 1-2 times per week for 15 minutes 3. I will do deep breathing 3-5 times per week. 

Added by T Bird Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 06/13/2023

I commit to at least 3, 20 minute walks with the intention of increasing my physical activity.

During the height of Covid my husband was diagnosed with Head and Neck Cancer. After treatment, we decided to devote more of our household/personal budget to health. Because he has a severed nerve from the procedures, we decided to work with a trainer to improve his overall strength. I too signed up for once weekly sessions. At my age (62), I worried about ...

Added by Jan Morgan Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 04/20/2023

Will commit to 6000 steps a. Day.

My commitment is to improve my core strength and possibly lose weight. At 62 - I want to be able to keep up with my granddaughter and be physically active! I will look into joining a formal class to learn Tai Chi or yoga, but I will begin by walking more. I remember telling my clinical nursing students as we entered our clinical area in the hospital - "Come on - ...

Added by Dr. Loop Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 04/09/2023

The commitment I want to make is to make it a habit to workout 3-5 times a week whether that be at the gym, going on a hike/walk, or an at home workout!  

I commit to physically exercising at least three times a week for 45 minutes to an hour each day. My commitment is to meet this goal by performing aerobic exercises such as biking and running for at least 45 minutes three days or more out of the week.

Added by Micaela Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 03/26/2023

I want to commit to being more consistent with cardio workouts and eating a healthier diet. I used to be extremely strict with my intake but since I have been in nursing school it has slowly disappeared. I want to get back to my strict meal prepping and healthy diet. 

Added by Shhlatko Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 03/26/2023

I am committed to do at least 3 days a week of physical activity including going to the gym or going for a walk.  

I want to commit myself to going to the gym 4-5 times a week and be consistent the way I have been trying to be. So far I have been going 3-4 times and have been consistent and lost 5 pounds so far and gained muscle, so I hope to keep it up and gain more muslce and lose more fat.

I was doing really good with my workout routine last semester and the beginning of this semester until clinicals started and it kinda fell apart. I’m committing to going to the gym or at least purposefully moving my body 4 times a week despite my clinical schedule and ensuring I drink plenty of water at the gym and afterwards.

Added by Avery S Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 03/26/2023

I am committing to maintaining an active lifestyle and prioritizing my physical and mental well-being. For me, being active and working out is my primary stress reliever so I want to commit to exercising 4 times a week with at least two days spent outside. I want to challenge myself to go on more hikes and walks with my husband and dog to explore new places.

I will commit myself to a healthy and active lifestyle while pregnant, by going to the gym and being more active in my daughter and sons softball/baseball practices.  

I commit to staying healthy by going to work out at the gym twice a week and going for walks three times a week. I will do this to help my physical health mental health.

I want to stay committed to a healthy lifestyle by going to the gym 4-5 times a week for at least an hour to an hour and a half doing some cardio or lifting weights so that I can relieve some stress and focus on my health goals.  

I commit to doing physical activity at least four times a week. I plan do achieve this by going on hikes, walking, jogging, and playing soccer. I enjoy taking my dog with me as a means to get her exercise as well. 

My commitment is to stay physically active daily. I plan to do cardio and run outside for 45 minutes at least 3-4 times a week. The other days I plan to workout at home or join a workout group. Staying active will help reduce my stress and help me focus on my physical and mental health. I will be able to concentrate better on schoolwork and decrease my anxiety. 

My commitment is to stay physically active by doing strength training while working my full time job. I am bad at when I get off work I just want to go home and sleep but I want to commit to doing something for myself after a rough day at work. I am also bad at on my days off I sleep throughout the day so I also want to commit to staying on top of my strength training ...

During the week I will plan to commit to one hour of physical activity atleast 2-3 times a week to maintain my physical health by going to workout classes such as Orangetheory or pilates.

My commitment is to maintain and improve my physical activity. My commitment is to go for a walk, weight train, run or bike at a minimum three days a week for 45-60 mins each.

I commit to moving my body through hiking or running at least three days a week for at least one hour each day. I am motivated to uphold my commitment because it will allow me to focus on bettering my overall physical and mental health. 

Added by Cayley Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 03/24/2023

I commit to working out and staying physically active while working a full time job. 

 I commit to adding aerobic exercises to my workout at least 2x a week. I often neglect activities involving cardio, as I'm exhausted post-workout. I will include cardio at the beginning of my workout before lifting. I also blame my asthma for my lack of running, so I commit to taking the proper precautions and incorporating outdoor runs into my weekly ...

Added by Aubrie Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 03/22/2023

My commitment to my healthy habit includes working out before 8am in the day at least 3x/week. I will include cardio and strength training exercises in each session. I would like to finish each session with breakfast so I am not only pushing my body, but also fueling and healing it. 

Added by Frankie41 Blog Commitment to Physical Activity 03/22/2023

I gave myself a membership to a gym for my 50th birthday. Best gift ever! I go 4 times a week and added in yoga. Exercise helps me sleep, focus, deal with stress and I am more fit and stronger.

I got a dog with the intention of taking her for walks. I started off strong, but got weaker as the weather became colder. I pledge to walk her everyday starting today, even if it’s only 10 minutes. 

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@katpash You've got this! It's hard at first finding a good spot scheduling -wise but give it some time. I truly disliked waking up and working out right away at first, but once I got into the rhythm of it, it really made my days a lot better.

Great work Jaymee! It definitely gets trickier to find the time for working out, working, and taking care and spending time with our families. I recently had to switch up my schedule and have been struggling to get my workout back in a spot that works for me. Good luck and great work!

@CozzibearRN You've got this!

I feel you. I live in Imperial valley near yuma so yeah.. Pretty much the same thing. But with th cooler weather I try to woekout around 40 min a day.