Work with what you’ve got, and within the boundaries of what you can control. The fact remains that I spend nearly three hours per day in my car, and another nine sitting on my tush at work. Short of moving or quitting my job, there isn’t a whole lot I can do about those things. But I do own a smart phone, a tablet, a set of dumb bells and a yoga mat. And I live on top of a massively steep hill. I can run up and down the seven flights of service stairs in my apartment building. I can walk down the hill and back up to pick up groceries for dinner. I can do tricep extensions while my Brussels sprouts are roasting.
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I’ve managed to get some exercise in every day so far, but my workouts have admittedly been a little wimpy for someone who has accepted an exercise challenge. Carol, our digital assistant editor, prodded me with a T25 Workout video earlier this week, but I made the mistake of watching a few minutes of it from my desk and was scared off immediately.
Who: Gina, Sunset.com managing editor This year, I’m determined to: Get back into an exercise routine and stick to my low-carb, sugar-free lifestyle. I chose this because: After four months of eating very little sugar or carbohydrates, I’ve only lost a measly 6 pounds, and I’m pretty sure my lack of movement is to blame. I’m hoping that adding more exercise will kick-start […]