Have you done a 30 Day Challenge yet? They’re quite popular, and fun! They’re also a great way to start a new workout plan because when you complete anything for 30 days, you have a much better chance of making it a permanent new habit; so let’s get started!
Here’s my recommendation for those of you who find it difficult to eek out enough time for a workout: take just fifteen minutes a day, for a minimum of five days a week, during the next 30 days, and complete a new workout program. Chose one that works as much of the body as possible, and one that flows easily, so you don’t have to try to remember a lot of sequencing. It’s better to do the plan for a few days, then take one day off and repeat this process. If you take two days off in a row, it’s more difficult to get back into it, so not more than one rest day at a time. You can go six days a week if you’d prefer, for the maximum benefit.
Here is the workout I’ve chosen for you. It’s a five minute series, repeated three times, so you get your fifteen minutes in. It’s a good program for those of you who are not regulars at the gym or who have skipped workouts during your vacation.
I challenge you to complete this, or another program of your choice, for the next 30 days. Then let me know how you feel and if you’re ready for another challenge!
Best of Health,