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The Lucky '13: BLC 17 Fitness Plan

Sunday, January 27, 2013

A set in stone fitness plan is hard to do since my schedule changes so weirdly during the week. Sure, we usually work sometime between 9:45 and 9:15, but most of my schedules are 10am to 6pm. Sure I could run at 7, but that requires waking up early in freezing cold to run and I'm not willing to do that in my life at this point in time.

I've scheduled 2 running days this week. Monday after 5 and Wednesday before 2pm, Friday anytime since I'm off if I missed Sunday... or I guess I'll fit in three since that seems logical.

Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday I'll do strength, at least 10 minutes before work. Ten minute workouts have meaning now since I'm actually working and time has been limited.
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    Yep, I agree about the shorter breaks! On my busiest days, that is really the only way to get my fitness in at all. It's amazing how easy it is to fit in 10-15 minutes, but going up to even 20 or 30 is impossible. Good luck, Hal! I know you'll find a way to fit your goals into your daily life. You always seem to. :)
    1608 days ago
    It was SO hard last week (when the weather has been around 4 degrees with the windchill) to make myself leave my room and go to the Y to exercise, but I forced myself to, and I felt so much better for having done it!

    I hope you find time to get in your 3/week if that seems to be what you're shooting for. I know working and exercising is hard, but like Livedaily said, if you can find just a few 10 minute breaks, you've done half an hour!

    Good luck this BLC! :D
    1608 days ago
  • _MOBII_
    You are doing great managing your time!
    1608 days ago
    Good to see you...have missed seeing your blogs. Yes, a 10 minute fitness break means a lot. If you get 3 in in a day, it adds up to 30 minutes, which is awesome!
    1608 days ago
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