The Path of Least ResistanceJan 20, 2023
Sometimes the hardest part of implementing a workout routine is figuring out what works for you. How much weight to lift. When to do it. What gym to go to. The best workout for you. How many calories to burn. Etc., etc., etc.,
What if we stripped away all the questions and kept it really simple? I suggest this because when implementing a new habit or routine, you want to take the path of least resistance.
So, if that means eliminating all those questions and simply asking yourself, ‘what is the path of least resistance when it comes to moving my body?’ then ask yourself that.
Maybe you have a gym at your office – it’s downstairs, it has all that you need, it’s easily accessible, you get 60-minutes for lunch etc., This is your path of least resistance. Take your first 30-minutes to move your body. Keep that simple, too. Get on the treadmill and walk it out. Get on a bike and ride it out.
Maybe your path of least resistance is right out your door. You have access to trails, open roads or a side-walks where the lights don’t turn off.
It doesn’t have to be hard.
What is your path of least resistance to getting in some movement for your body every day?
Whatever that is, do that. Be open to the changes that come day to day and keep going.
Inviting you to move your body at least 30-minutes every day to minimize your risk of the chronic conditions we see so prominently in our society. Not only will this create energy, but it will support you in moving stagnant energy within your body.
If you aren’t fighting for your health, no one else is. Your health is worth fighting for because if you don’t have it, you have nothing.
Get after it!
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