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I have a digital kitchen timer that I use to keep track of how many minutes I exercise a day, whatever I am doing. I think that using the timer and watching those minutes adding up motivates me to exercise that few minutes more.
Chores + kitcken timer = sneaky way to get exercise
Sneak those pounds away - set your kitchen timer.....20 minutes, and hour....whatever time you have....and work like a whirlwind.....straightening, wiping, folding, vacuuming. The object is to not sit down and keep moving. When the timer goes off.....you have a cleaner place AND you did a mini work out. PLUS, setting the timer breaks both the chore and the exercise down to something that seems more manageable. Bonus!
Sometimes I find myself not getting anything done for being on the Spark website. Set your timer on your stove that will ring when time is up. It makes you get up to cut off the timer. It's okay, you can sign back on later in the day. Just set the timer! 128
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