Is it finally time to commit to a new daily workout routine? Are you tired of saying you’re going to exercise and get healthy and then not follow through with a plan?
If you have not worked out in a while, setting tough goals for your daily workout routine might make you start, you will only begin to feel overwhelmed unmotivated. It’s important to start small.
Don’t say you’re going to run a marathon in 6 months,there’s nothing wrong with taking baby steps and accomplishing a few small goals before moving on to bigger goals.
Some small things you can do to help motivate yourself are to focus on daily consistency instead of the amount of time you spend on working out. It’s more important to stay motivated than to focus on the length of time of your workout. Once your motivation is in place, then you can work on elongating your workout session.
So today take a walk even if it’s only 150 steps from your front door. Find out if any running groups are in your area or some classes you might like to join.
Have you tried rebounding ?
Man and woman exercising at the city park. Beautiful young multiracial couple. Sit ups fitness couple exercising outside in grass. Fit happy people working out outdoor.
This affords a special mention. When you rebound, you are flooding the cells with oxygen (thereby improving ATP production) while also strengthening the cells and protecting them against degenerative disease. It stimulates the lymphatic drainage system to help the body get rid of toxins, waste, bacteria, viruses etc.
Our bodies are energetic and when we use the rebounder, we may assume it’s only to improve the lymphatic system, but I think it’s more than that – facia
Rebounding help improve posture, balance, muscle tone and will elevate your energy levels. Because of the impact of gravity as you rise up, the body becomes weightless for an instant, and when you land the gravity pull is suddenly doubles and puts internal organise under pressure. This helps squeeze out waste materials within the cells, and into the lymphatic system.
Our bodies thrive on movement – be that running, swimming, yoga, lifting weight, or simply walking. Somewhere in your day is to introduce movement somehow. Some exercises will ground you, some will get you in touch with your spiritual self.
So todays challenge we ask you to do a little exercise or plan your exercise for the week. Pop over to our facebook page and see how the everyone else is doing with the challenges