If you haven’t worked out in a bit there’s no need to try and make up for years of inactivity overnight! In fact, you could get injured or quickly become burned out by doing that. Instead, start slowly and build up gradually. If that means starting with just five minutes of walking, then that’s what you ought to do. In fact, one of my favorite plans to recommend for getting started is the five-minutes-out, five-minutes back plan. Just like it sounds, you walk out for five minutes, turn around, and walk back. That’s it…10 minutes of walking, and off you go about your day. If you feel ambitious, you can do seven and a half or even 10 minutes out and back, and add some stretching when you finish if you like. One of the best ways to get motivated and stay that way is to set goals. I suggest that you set a weekly exercise plan, starting today for the week coming up. Write down what day(s) of the week, what time of day, minutes of activity, and the activity that you’ll do. Be as specific and realistic as possible, and remember that it’s not how much you do when you get started but that you simply get started. Keep setting and reviewing your goals weekly for at least three months. That way you’ll be sure to stay on track and build exercise into your life as a habit.

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