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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.

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. 

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.

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.  

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Most Recent Comments

@amckaney A new challenge starts next week, the  Mental Well-Being Challenge , and we would love for you to join us! Hope you are having a great start to your year!

VSchweg ‍ I don't know if you saw the recent walking discussion, but there's some great info being shared that could help with your commitment!

@AnnieG2, I struggle with time as well. Commute to work, school, and then life. I bought a Peloton-ish bike this fall and loved riding it and using the Peloton app (which you can purchase independent of the bike itself) love the instructors for classes, so many options!   
I’m right there with you! I finally got so discouraged with beating myself up because I wasn’t exercising or eating the way I wanted to so it became a source of stress. I found a website that offered a way to be more mindful about my nutrition and they offered nutrition coaches and my coach shared an article the other day that focused on planning. It seems like s...
Hi Warren1 ‍ How has your commitment been going? You should check out the upcoming October  Mindful Movement, powered by Humana  Challenge! It will have great tips and motivation to keep us moving this fall! See you around!