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Week Two Recap
Well, here we are at Week 3 of this challenge! Right about now is when it starts to get tough for me. The initial momentum of, “Hey, this is fun!” wears off a bit and reality kicks in.
If you are feeling that way, keep in mind you are just shy of the point where this new “skill” starts to become a habit. Don’t give up!
How did this the week go?
Step 3: Develop An Exercise Plan
(You know the drill – check with your doctor before starting any exercise program.)
Read pages 10-15 of the eBook. They go something like this:
- Pick a Workout â€” What type of exercise would you enjoy? Mix up the cardio and strength training.
- Make it Fun – In order to develop a fitness habit, choose a workout that’s simple and fun. Once the habit is in place, you can concentrate on getting those abs of steel!
- Have a “Habit Workout” â€” What’s something quick you could do when you wake up late? Kat does 10 pushups, 30 bicycle crunches, and 10 squats. Be creative!
- Keep a Routine â€” Figure out a way to do something every day!
- Set a Goal â€” Post a simple goal that you’ll be proud to accomplish.
- Choose a Workout Soundtrack â€” What songs make you want to run outside and start chest-bumping your neighbors?
Pages 23-24 of the eBook will walk you through creating your Exercise Plan:
1. List all the ways you could possibly exercise.
2. Specifically plan your workout — What, Where, When?
3. Create Your Habit â€” What is 1 thing you’ll do everyday?
4. Set a Goal â€” Why are you exercising?
What’s your action plan for the week?
What workout will you try? What’s your back-up routine? Share your answers!
If you have any tips for starting a morning routine, why not jump over to the Inspired to Action blogfrog community and join in the discussions!
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Are you ready? Let’s get physical!
Michelle’s a crazy-dancing, Jesus-loving, undomesticated transplant in Amish country. A teacher & perpetual student, she enjoys biting off more than she can chew & sharing the juicy bits at So, I married a Mennoniteâ€¦. When she’s not goofing around on Twitter, you can find her perfecting her cushion-fort technique and practicing her dinosaur roars.Leave a Comment