Still can't decide if you should buy that treadmill? The answer is yes.
We get it. Simply thinking about exercise can be overwhelming. Carving out even 8 minutes a day to walk can help prevent future mobility issues.
Set Reasonable Goals
You know what happens when we set unrealistic goals such as jogging one hour a day? Exactly - it overwhelms us, so the task almost never gets done.
Don't get us wrong. Jogging an hour a day is a great long term goal. But don't forget, you have to walk before you can run.
The Feinberg School of Medicine recommends 56 minutes of moderate activity a week.
That number may scare you a bit. But there’s no need to worry. All you need to do is break that number down. Exercising eight minutes a day sounds much easier than 56 minutes a week - don't you think?
This new lifestyle may take some time to get used to. Trust us when we say it'll be worth it in the long run. (no pun intended) Learn More