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!
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