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Did you know that the general recommendations for fitness include 3-5 cardio days and 3-5 strength days a week? Sounds like a lot right?
The thing I really like to do is combine them. This is what I try to do across my schedule. It’s not just cardio. It’s not just strength work. It’s not just flexibility. It’s all of it. Now add in that I try to work your body out from top to bottom and you’re covered!
So here’s a list of ten things to do:
1) Look at the calendar – decide on some classes. Note the locations on the calendar (because we move around).
2) Map out your workout week. Put it into your phone, book and calendar. These are your appointments to be honored.
3) Get some really good, inspiring goals. Goals help you with number 2. They help you stay focused and they remind you why you’re waking up so bloody early etc.
4) Eat well. Drink water. When you regularly exercise, your body needs good nutrition and plenty of water – simple as that. Continue reading