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30-Day-Vegan-Challenge

Exercise!  Anything Is Better Than Nothing  😉

You can diet away weight and bring about better health, and the same can be said for exercise, but for the best results, I recommend both.  Don’t worry, I’m not expecting a marathon out of you at the end of 30 days.  I just don’t want you resorting to coach-potato tactics.  If you already have an exercise plan you routinely do, good enough.

What I’m hoping for, bare minimum, is 15 minutes a day, three times a week, or 10 minutes a day, five times a week.  If you’re used to doing more, keep up the great work.  If my expectations are too high for you, do your best on a regular basis and your best will continue to get better.  Progress is progress no matter the amount.  🙂

What kind of exercise should you be doing?  I highly recommend doing something you enjoy.  Walking, jogging, running, hiking, biking, swimming, exercise videos, parkour, free running, aerobics, calisthenics, weight lifting, yoga, tai chi, pushups, situps, jumping jacks…  Just as long as it gets you moving.

No time for a workout?  How about a work-in?  Every time your phone rings, do a few squats.  While cooking dinner, do some soup can curls.  While standing in line, do some calf raises (stand on your tiptoes, up, down, up, down…) and/or do some shopping cart curls.  Park on the outskirts of parking lots for a little jog, in and out.  Jumping jacks during TV commercials.  Pushup poker!  You get the idea.  No excuses, there’s always time for better health.  😉

Final thoughts: anything is better than nothing.  If you can only do one pushup, just do one.  Sooner or later you’ll be able to do two.  Challenge yourself, push yourself, but don’t over do it.  Some day you may surprise yourself.  One day you may even amaze yourself.  Last but not least, don’t forget to consult your doctor before starting any new diet or exercise plan.  😀

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