Healthy Beyond 40 | Lose Weight, Get in Shape, Healthier Habits, Healthy Eating, Strength Training for Women
#3 | Do 10-Minute Workouts Really Work? Stop Starting & Stopping Exercise and Stay Consistent
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Do you feel hard-pressed on time and can’t imagine working out to the list? Not sure how you can squeeze the time in to exercise? Do you feel like you have to work out really hard or long to benefit from exercise?
Well, then you are n for a treat today! I’m going to be sharing why you don’t need to work out for a long time to get a benefit from it.
I’m going to be chatting about:
-Why staying consistent with exercise matters more than a long workout
-Why starting with just a 10-15 workout will help you stay consistent
-Why you should strength train 3 times a week
-How fast you lose muscle mass
-When I had 3 little kids and was gaining weight and out of weight why 10 minute workouts were what got me started
-Start with something you enjoy you to do like walking, yoga, dancing, etc
-Once you develop a habit of exercise, shift into what are your goals for exercising
-The importance of planning what day and when you are going to workout
👉I encourage you, if you are struggling and not sure what to do, then reach out. Let’s sort through where you are stuck and go over your goals and struggles and figure out what is missing! Set up a free, no-pressure call here: https://forms.gle/L4hvjcMm1Aw4uBUa6
👉 Get started working out with my 5-Day Exercise Challenge and commit to just 15 minutes a day. Beginner friendly!
👉 Get connected with other women and encouraged on your health journey. Join my private FREE facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/micheleleefitness
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