150 minutes

TGIM

Happy MONDAY! TGIM!


QUOTE OF THE DAY:
 Adults need 150 minutes of exercise according to the MAYO clinic and the American Heart Association.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Are you getting 150 minutes of exercise a week? Are you part of the 22% percent of Americans who are getting that amount of exercise a week?  This recent study below was shocking to me.

http://fortune.com/2018/06/28/americans-do-not-exercise-enough-cdc/

I am an active person and tend to log 150 minutes of exercise a week.  I hope that you can do that to.  In fact this week I challenge you to get in that much exercise this week.

Use these affirmations below to help you get out there and exercise.

AFFIRMATIONS OF THE DAY:

  • I am motivated to exercise daily.
  • My body and mind feel great because I exercise routinely.
  • I look forward to my daily exercise time.
  • I love to exercise.
  • I find it easy to stick with a fitness routine.
  • I make time to take care of myself, so I can stay healthy and strong.
  • I am important and worthy of staying healthy.
  • Exercising is fun, and I’m good at it.
  • I am naturally inclined to stay fit and move my body.
  • I am fit and trim.
  • Exercise is a habit for me.
  • I am flexible.
  • I have vast amounts of energy and enjoy expending it through physical activity.
  • My mood is stable and happy due to my daily exercise.
  • Exercising is easy and enjoyable for me.

2 comments

  1. Kevin Autry · July 30

    Super motivation!
    Thanks for the support. I am happy that you are my P.E. coach.

    Like

  2. Jennifer M · July 30

    Love the affirmations. Feeling inspired and motivated!

    Like

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