January Wellness Challenge: Days 7-11

And just like that, we are on to the second week of our January Wellness Challenge! Day 7: Walk, jog, or run a mile for #MoveItMonday Walking Technique: Stand tall Abdominals in (30% out of 100%) Chest open Shoulders retracted and depressed Slight chin tuck – look straight ahead Swing arms forward and back from shoulder – not across your body Lightly walk heel to toe … Continue reading January Wellness Challenge: Days 7-11

A 20 Minute Walk, Jog, Run Workout

*A 20 Min Walk Jog Run Workout Walk 3 minutes Jog 5 minutes Run 1 minute Jog 4 minutes Run 1 minutes Jog 3 minutes Walk 3 minutes Stretch and done! Check out 3 stretches you should do here. Not a runner? Pick 3 walking speeds. Don’t want to walk? Pick 3 running speeds. *Consult with your physician before starting a new exercise program. Continue reading A 20 Minute Walk, Jog, Run Workout

Stairs & Walk/Jog Workout

Stair Workout: Warm up walk or jog flat terrain 5-10 minutes. Stair climb 1-5 flights. Walk or jog flat terrain 5-10 minutes. Stair climb at a 45 degree angle to the right for 10 steps, then repeat on left. Alternate 10 steps for remainder of flight. Walk or jog flat terrain 5-10 minutes. Stretch and done! Stair climb rules: Beginners start with one flight of … Continue reading Stairs & Walk/Jog Workout

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A 30 Minute Walk/Jog Workout

Here’s a 30 minute walk/jog workout you can do on this Move it Monday! If you aren’t a runner, just pick two walking speeds. Make it happen! *30 Min Walk/Jog Workout Warm up 5 minutes walk Repeat 1 min jog and 2 min walk 5x Jog 5 minutes Cool down 5 Minute Walk Stretch! Options: Eliminate jog and do two walking speeds instead. Eliminate walk … Continue reading A 30 Minute Walk/Jog Workout

It’s Your Mile

How fast can you complete a mile? You can walk, jog, run, take breaks – whatever. Just time it and retest yourself every 4-6 weeks. It’s your mile. You are only in competition with yourself. Reminders: Always consult your doctor before starting any new exercise program. Warm up and cool down at a slower pace for 5-10 minutes before and after mile testing. Always test … Continue reading It’s Your Mile