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Pushing The Reset Button

Good thoughts here on pushing the reset button in 2009. I especially like this one:

  • Maintain the chain. There are so many fitness goals and programs you can get into. If you live anywhere like I do, the guys from 24 Hour Fitness are on the corner downtown recruiting people like gangbusters. With all these fitness routines and exercises you can find, it’s hard to see through the noise. A simplified resolution is to create an exercise chain and all you need is a calendar. Now for the month of January make a pact to exercise every day. Each day you exercise, you put an X through that day on calendar. Your job is to not break the chain. I’ve personally found this to be an awesome motivator because you can see all the progress you’ve made and it would hurt too much to break the chain.

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  1. By David on December 28th, 2008 at 8:50 pm

    I agree that you need likely a week or two to build up a “loss factor”…where you don’t want to give up what you have gained. You might also check out http://www.crossfit.com/ – it’s extremely interesting and I have some triathlete friends who swear by it.

    At the end of the day though, as you said, “being active” each day is key- whatever the routine.

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