Timeless Fitness Tip
We are all very good at finding exercise excuses when it comes to fitness. You don't have time, the dog got sick, son has a hockey game, etc. That is the #1 reason people quit an exercise program or even worse, don't start one.
But the reality is that you only need a minimum of 20 minutes a day to keep your health up. Yes, more is better, but for now, never mind that; 20 short minutes a day can still do wonders.
Do you have 20 minutes out of 24 hours to devote entirely to yourself? Of course you do, it's the equivalent of watching a TV program, or reading a newspaper.
If you don't want to give up that TV program, grab some weights while you're watching, or hop on that treadmill in front of a television. The newspaper? Put it down for a few minutes, or take that on the treadmill or stationery bike.
Anything is possible if you want it bad enough; you just have to make it happen!
You may also find of interest...
- Exercise: Guidelines to Getting Started
- Exercise: How Much is Enough?
- Analyze Your Excuse for Lack of Physical Activity
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