Start A Fitness Program

By Carolyn Flynn

Start A Fitness Program

Staying fit is a great way to help yourself and help your family. Commit to starting a fitness program right now.

Start by exercising 1 minute today, 2 minutes tomorrow, and so on each day adding an additional minute to your exercise routine. This is an easy way to make fitness a habit and to start incorporating exercise into your daily routine.

Exercising with friends, family, and neighbors makes getting fit even more fun. So grab your neighbors, kids, and friends and start running, biking, swimming, dancing, walking, rollerblading, skiing, and actively playing in your neighborhood.

There are many ways to exercise and move your body to strengthen your muscles, increases mobility and flexibility, tone your body, and make yourself feel great. So get up and move – it’ll only take a minute to get your fitness program started today!

By Carolyn Almendarez

I want to hear from you. What is your favorite way to exercise? Share in the comments below.

children running in park by Artist: Peipei

Carolyn Flynn is a Relationship Expert and author of Heal Your Grief, SMART Talk, and Holiday Peace And Joy.

3 Responses to “Start A Fitness Program”

  1. edil says:

    Thanks for the tips! I really appreciate it! 🙂

  2. edil says:

    It’s sad that I can’t always exercise. I have to go to school early so I have no time.

    • Carolyn Almendarez says:

      It can be difficult to get in a regular exercise program, but you can exercise by doing little movements throughout the day. Wiggling your fingers or shaking your hands or arms when you’re in the car or waiting for class to start is a good way to increase your movement and get some exercise into your day. Doing isometric exercises like tightening your leg muscles, holding it for a few seconds, then releasing is another way you can exercise in class or when you have just a few moments of time. Use natural waiting times like waiting at stoplights, waiting at doctor’s appointments, and sitting in the bathroom to take deep breaths and move your body. It doesn’t have to be big movement, or long exercise, your body just needs a change from sitting or standing in one position for a long time.

Share Your Thoughts