“There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs”
That is great, except in the month of December. How many Decembers have you actually stayed dedicated to your exercise plan?
I get it.
As Moms wives sisters and daughters, we can get bogged down with holiday preparations. And before we know it we have lost our consistent exercise routines.
Could you commit to doing a 5 minute minute workout at home daily in December?
￼My inspiration for 5 minute workouts came from the book Mini Habits, by Stephen Guise. The message of this book is that “mini habits” can help us to create lasting habits, based on the fact that a mini habit is more likely to be done more consistently than an overwhelming time-hog habit. Often times people do more, but the key here is that you only have to do the mini habit, in this case a 5 minute workout.
I am sharing my 5 minute per day exercise plan for December. This plan can be done anywhere with no equipment.
Five Minutes. Period. Most of us waste more than that daily on social media.
An interval timer app (I prefer Tabata Pro) on your phone is helpful, but you could get away with the second hand on your watch.