10x10x10 Workout Resolution Idea

raw food workout resolutionNeed an idea for a New Year’s Workout Resolution? I’m calling it The 10x10x10 System To Jump-Start Momentum and Overcome Inertia! :)

Here it is:
10 minutes morning workout (on awakening)
10 minutes mid-day workout (any time)
10 minutes evening workout (before bed)

ANY kind of workout will do! Some ideas…
floor exercises
light weights
jump rope
hula hoop
exercise video
youtube exercise video
run up and down stairs
walk up and down stairs
walk up and down a stair
any kind of movement that is possible for you to do!

If you are already doing more than 30 minutes a day regularly, then make it a 20x20x20 Program or a 40x40x40 program. If not, work up to this over time. But make a commitment to make your exercise program a priority. Set it up so you MUST exercise BEFORE you do your work, housework, school-work, relaxing, or whatever else you do in your day! Because it REALLY is more important! Require yourself to do the exercise first, as a pre-requisite to going on to any other planned activity or inactivity.

This investment is even more important than a financial investment. If you spend all your time right away before investing it in exercise you won’t have any time left!

If you don’t have your health, you won’t be able to do your work, house-work, school-work, or relaxing activities anymore! So, this year health comes FIRST!

In Joy!

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2 Responses to 10x10x10 Workout Resolution Idea

  1. leslie says:

    I love this approach. Have been working it sort-of, without realizing it.

  2. Lynn DeBuhr Johnson says:

    Okay, don’t laugh (too much), but when I first started reading this, all I could hear was the song from Sesame Street – “10, 10, 10, 10, let’s hear it for the ten, how many is 10?” Can you tell I have children (and grandchildren)? ;)

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