It’s action week day 2. Yesterday we talked about writing down a list and cutting it into actionable steps.
Today it’s all about walking the walk, by literally…. Going for a walk. Set aside 30 minutes today to move a little bit. Shut off your phone notifications, listen to music or a new audiobook. There is a 70% chance of rain, so if it’s raining, get into a stairwell and climb it for 30 minutes.
There are many benefits to walking and doing a mundane task like this. First, it’s great for your heart, and the repetitive motion can help out with some fat loss. The walking intensity is especially helpful when coming off of an injury or if you’re just plain out of shape.
From a creative standpoint, this is a perfect way to help you tap into the flow state. This is where your mind is able to be at ease and allow you to accomplish some deep work. If you feel stressed out or overwhelmed, walking will help that out; especially if you don’t have the time to workout at the gym.
Bonus points if you use your phone to track your steps and distance. Reply to this email with your numbers and how you felt after that walk. I’d love to read about how that felt!
If you feel like you need more than just a 30 minute walk to facilitate change, then book a call with a coach today. We’d be happy to learn more about how we can help you. Let’s come up with a plan of action that will work for you. Here’s the link to book.
Have a great day,
If you’re a mom or mom to be (or know someone), we’ll be hosting a pelvic floor physical therapy seminar on February 29th at 11:15am. This will be after the SLAM Hoboken workout class at 10:15. Learn all about the care for your pelvic floor with Dr. Judith Meer of the Pelvic PT. You can rsvp at this link.
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