My vision of a CNA is someone who hardly has a chance to sit all day. Perhaps you need to wear a pedometer to get a handle on your steps. And then enter them daily and see if you are actually figuring your calories in on the right information. If so,
Then I say the best time to work out is when you WILL work out,
And switch it up. Walk up and down the stairs on your way up to the 3rd floor and back. Do wall pushups on your morning break. Go into the courtyard an relax on your afternoon break.
And finally, you probably know this already, but stress and lack of sleep can derail the best plan. Being a CNA is a stressful calling, and you MUST schedule time to relax, AND get your 8 hours of sleep!!
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