Fitness Now: Drawing the Line in the Sand

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Mon, Feb 15 - 1:39 pm EDT | 4 years ago by
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How many times have you told yourself that the next day, week, month, or even year is it? Once this new point of time hit, you were going to somehow yourself into a person dedicated to your health and fitness and then get in shape and lose weight. And how many times has picking a specific time worked?

The reason it doesn’t work is because there is no set year, week, or day that turns everything around. What gets you to regular exercise is the actual decision and conscious effort to do so. This means if you desire to get in shape and be fit, start now and not at some named point in time in the future.

Draw the line in the sand and as soon as you have a free 10 minutes, do 30 total push-ups (modified if you can’t do regular) and 70 total sit-ups (crunches if you can’t complete the sit-up). Don’t let yourself get caught up in any excuses or trying to wait for the perfect time. Instead, just get some solid activity in and see if it liberates you to break free in just how simple exercise can be.

Now that you’ve completed the 10 minutes of exercise, you can see for yourself there doesn’t need to be any setup, windup, or pontificating the perfect workout. All you need to do is decide to start now and not wait for later.

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  • evie

    No offense, but it’s laughable to think that a person who has not been exercising can do 30 push-ups and 70 sit-ups in 10 minutes. Absolutely laughable.

    It’s advice like this that makes people think fitness is unachievable, which is not true.

  • Kris Jones

    “do 30 total push-ups (modified if you can’t do regular) and 70 total sit-ups (crunches if you can’t complete the sit-up)”