Below are the actions that you will be committing to for your 21 Day Challenge. This challenge begins Monday May 1st.
Target: 15-minutes every day
Exercise for short bursts at a high intensity level (85%-100% of your maximum heart rate). A workout should involve intense anaerobic exercise that builds strength. read more
Target: 1-mile every day.
Walking or running is a great way to relieve stress, relax the mind and help you shed extra pounds. It is also beneficial in slowing the aging process. walk-read more run-read more
Target: 2-miles every day.
Cycling – indoors on a stationary bike or outdoors – builds and improves muscle function. Cycling builds strength to virtually every part of the body including your heart. read more
Target: 10-minutes every day
This form of stretching prepares the body for physical exertion, increasing range of movement, and blood and oxygen flow to soft tissues. read more
EAT A HEALTHY BREAKFAST
Target: Every day
Studies show that those who eat breakfast perform better at cognitive tests and in school, or at work. After fasting all night, your body (and brain) needs a fresh supply of glucose. read more
DRINK WATER OFTEN
Target: 6 twelve ounce glasses a day
Drink at least 6 twelve ounce glasses of water every day. Most people do not get enough water during the day to sustain a healthy functioning body. read more
EAT LESS FAST FOOD
Target: Eat no fast food 4-days out of the week
It’s easy to slip into a pattern of eating fast food far too often. The primary unhealthy thing about fast food is the high fat, calorie and salt content. read more