GIMMIE 30 = APRIL FITNESS CHALLENGE

I’m sharing a super simple workout plan to help you end April stronger and more energized.  The workout consists of 3 moves- thats it!  All you need is your body and a little motivation.  You pick when, where, and how many sets you do.  A good target goal might be 6-10 sets a day.  The workout should take you no longer than 20-30 minutes total.  You can break it up so that you do a few in the morning, afternoon, and evening.  Ideally, we would be able get to the gym or head outside for a workout every day but realistically we can’t always make it happen.  Using the compound theory with fitness it is helpful to realize that you do not need to have a full hour from start to finish to improve your fitness.  Every rep counts and it adds up!

Gimmie 30

  1. Squats x 10
  2. Pushups x10
  3. Burpess x10

REPEAT 6-10 times throughout your day.

 If you do 6 sets a day (about 20 minutes/day) for the month of April (x30 days) you will have done:  (drum roll…….)  1800 squats, 1800 pushups, and 1800 burpees  =  5400 total reps combined = approximately 600 minutes of exercise = 10 hours.   

*idea if you need some encouragement:  Find a cool jar, a bowl of small pebbles or beans and for every set you complete drop a pebble in.  Each pebble represents 30 reps so at the end of April you will see just how much you accomplished.

Take 20 minutes out of your 1440 minute day for 30 days and you will be stronger and more energized.

Warmly,

Sierra

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  1. Pingback: HOW MUCH EXERCISE AND HOW TO MAKE IT HAPPEN? – mindfulcarrot.com

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