I’ve been scrambling of late to fit in fitness. I know all about making it a priority, setting time for it in your schedule. Just do it and all that. Ah, the best of intentions…
I like working out. I get all squirrely if I don’t. Almost as if excess energy is building up inside of me (uh,which it probably is) and if I don’t get it out of my system I’ll go nuts.
Actually I know I do. Go nuts that is.
I get really impatient. And angry. And frustrated. Oh and did I mention that squirrely feeling also makes it difficult for me to relax? Enjoy a book or some other quiet time activity?
Yes, indeed. I need to exercise.
A few Ottawa peeps have joined the 100 Club. The brain child of Andrea Tomkins, the basic goal is to burn 100 calories every day for 100 days just by doing a few easy exercises. There’s a shared calendar that folks can use to track their progress.
In theory I also joined the 100 Club. I say in theory because while I have access to the calendar, I haven’t tracked my activities.
Until today that is!
It is with great joy I can look on this page, and see my name listed. Yay me!!!
So here’s a list of the activities I want to accomplish:
- Do some form of exercise each day – run up and down the stairs at work (5 flights), go for a walk, do a workout routine, whatever.
- Drink at least 3 glasses of water a day. While it should be more, 3 is a good start for me.
- Stretch! Take 10 minutes a day to do it.
There’s probably more I should add but for now, I’m happy to work on the above.
My goal is to move every day. 1-2-3, go!